Barbara Fealy Landscape Architect records, 1966-1993  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Fealy, Barbara, 1903-2000
Title
Barbara Fealy Landscape Architect records
Dates
1966-1993 (inclusive)
Quantity
8.5 linear feet, (13 containers, 83 oversize folders)
Collection Number
Coll 262
Summary
Barbara Fealy (1903 - December 30, 2000) was a landscape architect who practiced primarily in the Pacific Northwest. The Barbara Fealy Landscape Architect Records include her firm’s architectural drawings, miscellaneous files, photographs from jobs, and client files.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Barbara Bertha Vorse Fealy was born in 1903 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Albert Justin and Bettie Vorse. Mr. Vorse owned one of Utah's largest wholesale nurseries, and his daughter grew up assisting with his operation. Fealy worked with plants of all ages, from seedlings to large specimens, and was impressed with plants from an early age.

Albert Vorse was so impressed with his daughter's love of plants and her ability to draw that in 1921 he sent her to University of Illinois to study landscape architecture. This period of time was the end of the era of the first generation of landscape architects. Jens Jensen, a passionate advocate of native plants, was a visiting professor at the University of Illinois while Fealy was a student. Fealy especially remembers his field trip to the dunes in Indiana.

Surveying and drawing were two essential components of the curriculum while Fealy was at University of Illinois. This was during the era of the Beaux Arts movement, and the classical elements of drawing were emphasized. Fealy became fluent in pencil sketching, painting, and water colors. She loved art, and art influenced her perception of landscape architecture. She was particularly fond of John Constable's landscape paintings (England, late 1800s). Gertrude Jekyll also influenced Fealy's style (England, gardens with exuberant floral display, late 1800s). She was impressed with the work of landscape architect Thomas Church, who promoted the idea that a house's landscape is a series of outdoor "rooms" which provide comfort and beauty.

Fealy distinctly remembers a school outing to estates along Chicago's North Shore, including the estate of the Armors. Servants waited on the students at a luncheon, and the budding practitioners were permitted to walk around the grounds. Fealy was impressed with this experience of unbridled wealth and its outpouring upon lavish landscapes. Her dream to work with affluent clients was later fulfilled with many projects in Portland's Dunthorpe and West Hills districts.

Fealy is not as well known as other prominent architects and landscape architects. This is probably because most of her work was for private residences. However, she did complete some commercial projects, and the finished landscapes were celebrated and well-liked. Among some of her works are the following:

  • Catlin-Gabel School - Portland, Oregon
  • Eagle Crest - Redmond, Oregon
  • Evergreen Aviation - Hillsboro, Oregon
  • First Unitarian Church - Portland, Oregon
  • Graphic Arts Center - Portland, Oregon
  • Leach Botanical Garden - Portland, Oregon
  • Longview Medical Center - Longview, Washington
  • Marquam Plaza Office Building - Portland, Oregon
  • Oregon School of Arts and Crafts - Portland, Oregon
  • Saint Pius X Parish - Portland, Oregon
  • Salishan Lodge - Gleneden Beach, Oregon
  • Skamania County Courthouse - Skamania, Washington
  • Sokol Blosser Winery - Newberg, Oregon
  • Timberline Lodge - Government Camp, Oregon
  • Waverly Country Club - Lake Oswego, Oregon
  • Western Forestry Center - Portland, Oregon
  • Willamette View Manor - Milwaukie, Oregon
  • Yurigawa Park - Sapporo, Japan

Following is a chronology of Fealy’s personal and professional life:

  • 1921 - 1925 Attended Landscape Architecture Program, University of Illinois
  • 1925 - 1928 Salt Lake City Nursery
  • 1928 - 1930 McCrary, Culley and Carhart
  • 1930 Salt Lake City Nursery
  • 1932 Worked as a librarian and landscape architect, Utah State Planning Commission
  • 1934 Married Morris Hoag, an electrical engineer, and moved to Ogden where Mr. Hoag assistsed with construction of the Hoover Dam
  • 1934 Started private practice in Ogden, Utah
  • 1935 - 1938 Authored newspaper series : Through the Garden Gate
  • 1939 Morris Hoag died at age 35 (cancer); Draftswork, City of Los Angeles Hall of Records; Draftswork, North American Aviation
  • 1945 Married William Fealy
  • 1947 - 1974 Portland early work
  • 1965 - 1995 Portland mature work
  • 1989 Won ASLA award for her work on the Faber Lewis Garden
  • 1995 - 1997 Lived in Seattle with daughter Susan Valencia
  • 1997 - 2000 Lived in Beaverton, Oregon apartment
  • 2001 Died

Fealy had one daughter, Susan Fealy, who also goes by the name Valencia. Valencia has two children, Fealy’s grandchildren, named Gabriel Valencia and Allegra Doherty.

Knowledge of Fealy’s work spread by word of mouth. 1964 was a pivotal year for Fealy. John Gray, a prominent Portland developer, retained her to model the landscape for what was to become Salishan Lodge on the Oregon Coast. Her design gained her instant recognition. After that project, many wealthy and prominent clients sought her services.

Because her work was in high demand, Fealy was able to be selective about her clients. Clients’ first letters to Fealy often expressed honor at Fealy’s acceptance of their projects. And just as Fealy chose her jobs, she was particular about her craftspeople. She would work exclusively with specific craftspeople, and everyone involved in a project worked together as a team. Ron Vandehey was her contractor from the 1970s forward. Roy Haftorson was her concrete contractor. She also preferred certain masons. Fealy would manage landscape installation to continue the creative process and to control the project. Through this selection of craftspeople and on-site installation management, Fealy was able to achieve the level of fine quality materials and craft exhibited in her work.

Fealy would start the design process by meeting with a prospective client and learning the job requirements. A technical report would often be produced to manifest the topographical contours of the site. Fealy would then work out a preliminary plan and present it to the client. Revisions would lead to a final plan - usually 2H on vellum. Dates would be lined up and installation would begin.

It has been said that Fealy's designs seem as if they are the only and most appropriate solution to each job. Landscape "rooms" compose each site, with transitions that move a person from room to room. Space is generous, yet proportionate with nearby buildings and surrounding scenes. A room often will consist of a hard surface, such as exposed aggregate concrete, flagstone, or crushed gravel, articulated with surprising creativity, framing or being framed by superb compositions of plants. Boulders, mounds, and sculptures frequently augment the scene. Carefully designed fences, walls, lamps, and other implements further extend the design theme. All is done with simplicity. Common feelings are peace, visual pleasure, and comfort when one is in a space designed by Fealy. There is a timeless quality. The design is always sophisticated, understated, simple.

Fealy's clients sometimes became her personal friends, and long-lasting relationships bloomed. Client letters to her during or after jobs frequently display affection.

Fealy continued practicing landscape architecture through 1995, when she was 92 years old. She then lived with her daughter for two years in Seattle and then in an apartment in Beaverton, Oregon, where she lived until her death in December 2000. She loved landscape architecture and said she could not think of another career that would have given her greater satisfaction.

For a more detailed account, see Katherine Ann Supplee’s master’s thesis, University of Washington.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Barbara Fealy Landscape Architect Records are composed of four series: client files, miscellaneous files, photographs, and architectural drawings. Although Fealy worked as a landscape architect since the 1930s, most of the collection is records of her work in the 1980s and early 1990s. There are, however, some pre-1980s materials in the collection.

Series I: Client Files. Client files contain documents such as correspondence, notes, estimates, and billings relating to jobs and projects Fealy worked on. They are arranged alphabetically by client surname. The original files received by the library included photographs, which were removed during processing of the collection and now form a separate series. Likewise, large-size plans, once folded and inserted in the original files, were flattened and incorporated into a separate series. The client and miscellaneous documents in the original files were not ordered thematically or chronologically, and they were often folded. Thus, the documents were flattened, separated into client files and miscellaneous files, and organized alphabetically by client surname and occasionally by project name within each of these two series.

Series II: Miscellaneous Files. The miscellaneous files contain files that are not files from specific jobs, such as client lists and notebooks. They are organized alphabetically.

Series III: Photographs (stored under call number PH350). Many of the photos came mixed in with client files and miscellaneous files, and they were taken out and stored separately during processing to better preserve them. The photographs are views of Fealy’s work sites prior to or after landscaping, and they are primarily 35-millimeter color snapshots. However, black and white photographs are sometimes present. There are also occasional shots of works in progress. It is presumed that Fealy took most of these photographs herself, though it is possible that her clients took some of them and mailed them to her. The photographs are arranged alphabetically by client surname.

Series IV: Architectural Files. Many of the architectural drawings were originally folded up within client files when they arrived at the library. In order to better preserve and organize these drawings, they were taken out of client files during library processing, flattened, and placed into their own series in large flat folders. The drawings are arranged alphabetically by client surname. There are many types of architectural drawings, including general landscaping plans, sections, perspectives, detailed construction drawings, irrigation plans, planting plans, and many related themes. Not all drawings in this collection were executed by Fealy; some were drawn by her mentors (Marlene Salon in particular), and some appear to have been outsourced (most likely when Fealy was exceptionally busy and needed the work done immediately). It is easy to recognize Fealy's work. Her plans are easy to read and understand; one can easily see her intended landscape.

The architectural drawings vary in size, scope, and execution. Most of Fealy's drawings are finished plans with 2H pencil on vellum. Bluelines or blacklines also comprise this series. The finished drawings range in size from approximately 8-1/2" x 11" to 42" x 50". Drawings with approximate dimensions of 24" x 36" or 36" x 48" are the most common size in this collection. Fealy also made drawings with 2H pencil directly on trace paper, which were usually preliminary to final drawings. It is exceptionally rare to find work in pen, as pencil was the instrument of choice. Occasionally, Barbara wrote with pencil on top of a blueline or blackline to further the design process. Colored pencil renderings are infrequent but present. Original drafting tape remained on some documents, and this was retained. There is one example of trace still taped to the document, with a creative session of pencil gestures unfolding into a new design.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Manuscripts Librarian in Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival material may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Barbara Fealy Landscape Architect Records, Coll 262, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Client FilesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1
Abele, Joy
Undated
1 2
A-Dec
1 3
A-Dec
1 4
A-Dec
1 5
A-Dec
1 6
A-Dec
1 7
Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
1980
1 8
Angies, Kris and Diane
1 9
Arzt, Philip and Gaynor
1 10
ASLA Annual Meeting
1980
1 11
Associated Chemists
1 12
Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
1 13
Bacon, Warren and Lynne
1 14
Baisch, Jan and Marcia
1986 - 1989
1 15
Baker, Jim and Diane
1 16
Bay, Ike
1 17
Becker, David and Chita
1987
1 18
Beckman, John and Patricia
1 19
Belluschi, Peter
1989
1 20
Belluschi, Pietro
1 21
Bement, Marcia
1 22
Bentley, John and Patty
Undated
1 23
Bieker, Fred and Gale
1 24
Bingham, Stewart
1 25
Bishop, Broughton and Mary
1988 - 1992
1 26
Bloedel Reserve
1 27
Bloedel Reserve
1 28
Bloedel Reserve
1984 - 1989
1 29
Blumenthal, Victor and Judith
1 30
Bowen, Walter
1 31
Boyd, Larry and Bette
1983
1 32
Brown, Richard
1 33
Brownell, David and Susan
1 34
Browning, Mr. and Mrs. David
1983 - 1985
1 35
Bryson
1 36
Buford, Gary and Betty
1 37
Bunce, Elizabeth
1990
1 38
Burpee, Roger
1 39
Burpee, Roger
1 40
Bussman, Dr. and Mrs. John
1987 - 1989
1 41
Butler, J.B.V. and Linda
1 42
Buttke, Carl and P enny
1 43
Call, Eileen
1984
1 44
Carlson, Dr. and Mrs. Leroy
1 45
Carroll, A. J.
Undated
2 1
Central Catholic High School
Undated
2 2
Collins, Maribeth
2 3
Columbia River Gorge
2 4
Constable, Henry and Brooke
1987 - 1988
2 5
Cookman, Scott and Laurel
2 6
Cowles III, William and Allison
1984
2 7
Crabbe, Mr. and Mrs. James
2 8
Creamer, Neale
2 9
Crosby, Bob and Elizabeth
1989 - 1990
2 10
Cundari, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
2 11
Deering, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
2 12
Dodge, Ray
1990
2 13
Donaca, Thomas and Beverly
2 14
Donnelly, Barbara
2 15
Drummond, Gerard and Nadine
1978
2 16
Dudley, James and Susan
2 17
Durkheimer, John and Randi
2 18
Eaelman, Al and Carol
1990
2 19
Eagle Crest
2 20
Eagle Crest
2 21
Eagle Crest
1985
2 22
Eagle Crest
2 23
Eagle Crest
2 24
Eagle Crest
2 25
Eagle Crest
1982 - 1984
2 26
Eagle Crest
2 27
Eagle Crest
2 28
Ellis, Howard and Melissa
Undated
2 29
Etlinger, Gary
2 30
Evergreen Aviation
2 31
Ferris, Byron
1993
2 32
Foster, Scott
2 33
Frederick, Anne and Bud
2 34
Frewen, Thomas and Kathryn
1989
2 35
Fyhr, Ann
2 36
Fyhr, Joseph
2 37
Galen, Edward
1983 - 1984
2 38
Gaylord, Edson and Jean
2 39
Georges, Thomas T.
2 40
Gidley, James
1981
2 41
Giesy, Jerry and Barbara
2 42
Gingerich, Richard and Shirley
2 43
Grimwood, Anne and David
1981 - 1987
3 1
Grimwood, Olga
Undated
3 2
Gronquist, Donald and Wendy
3 3
Gronquist, Donald and Wendy
1985
3 4
Guyer, David and Betsy
3 5
Hamachek, Russell
3 6
Hammond – Farness, Marge
1987
3 7
Hanford, Clarence and Sally
3 8
Haugen
3 9
Haver, Kohel and Michael, Mary
1989 - 1991
3 10
Headley, William L.
3 11
Hendricks, E. L.
3 12
Herman, Alfred and Helen
1986 - 1990
3 13
Herman, John and Carol
3 14
Herman, John and Carol
3 15
Herman, John and Carol
1990
3 16
Hilands, Bill and Evadne
3 17
Hilands, David
3 18
Hoffman, Eric and Ronna
1983 - 1984
3 19
Holladay Park Hospital
3 20
Hood River County
3 21
Howard, Beth and Kenneth
1988 - 1993
3 22
Huson, Richard and Yvonne
3 23
Inskeep, Jr., Mr. J.J.
3 24
James, Sue Dudley
1988 - 1990
3 25
Janney, Dean
3 26
Jensen, Val and Mary Ellen
3 27
Jobelmann, Herman and India
1991
3 28
Johnson, Norman L.
3 29
Jorgensen, Dr. Harold
3 30
Juareguy, Nick
1978 - 1979
3 31
Keller-Cannery
3 32
Kennedy, John and Christine
1985 - 1991
3 33
Kerman, Diane
3 34
Kerr, George
3 35
King, Paul
1993
3 36
Kingery, Robert and Kristin
3 37
Kingsley, John and Janet
3 38
Kline, Wayne
1982 - 1983
3 39
Krause, Albert
3 40
Krieger, David
3 41
Krueger, David
1978
3 42
Lane, Nick and Judy
3 43
Larson, Dr. and Mrs. Walter
1977 - 1980
3 44
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
3 45
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
1982
4 1
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
1982
4 2
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
4 3
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
4 4
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
1981 - 1982
4 5
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
4 6
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
4 7
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
1982
4 8
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
4 9
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
4 10
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
1981
4 11
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
4 12
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
4 13
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
4 14
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
4 15
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
4 16
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
1983
4 17
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
4 18
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
4 19
Leach Botanical Park [Garden]
4 20
Lederer, Allan and Shiela
1978
4 21
Lee, Prentiss and Patty
4 22
Lematta, Wes and Nancy
4 23
Leonard, Richard and Delight
1987
4 24
Lewis, Carol
4 25
Lewis, Donald
4 26
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. F. Faber
4 27
Lewis, Kenneth and Colleen
1987 - 1991
4 28
Lilley, Joanne and Theodore
4 29
Lincoln City Congregational Church
4 30
Loewen, John and Amy
1989
4 31
Ludeman, Bob and Shirley
4 32
Lundy, Julia
4 33
Maderious, Joe
Undated
4 34
Marvin, Roy and Diane
4 35
Maryhurst
4 36
Mayhugh, Jane Dudley
1991
4 37
McCann, Andy and Nancy
4 38
McDonald, Robert and Elizabeth
4 39
McGraw, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
1989
4 40
McGreevey, Donald and Luann
4 41
McKinley, Donald and Maude
4 42
McLennan, Janet
1988
4 43
McMurchie, Charles
4 44
McMurchie, Jack and Carolyn
1979 - 1980
5 1
McNaughton, Boyd
1992
5 2
Meier, Roger and Laura
5 3
Meier, Roger and Laura
5 4
Mendelson, Dr. and Mrs. Robert
1985
5 5
Miller, Florence
5 6
Milligan, Florence
5 7
Moore, Bob and Becky
1990 - 1991
5 8
Mortensen, Wendy and Mel
5 9
Moshofsky, Arthur
5 10
Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin
1985
5 11
Murphy, Terry and Caroline
5 12
Neal, Don and Karen
5 13
Nelson, Robert
1980
5 14
Newland, Richard and Sally
5 15
Noall, Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence
5 16
Noyes, Robert
5 17
Nye, Jerry and Susan
1990 - 1991
5 18
O’Leary, George and Lauretta
5 19
O’Leary, George and Lauretta
5 20
Olson, Harold and Susy
1986
5 21
Oregon Coast Aquarium
5 22
Oregon School of Arts and Crafts
5 23
Oregon School of Arts and Crafts
1979
5 24
Oregon School of Arts and Crafts
5 25
Packouz, Ronald and Susan
5 26
Pamplin Jr., Mr. And Mrs. Robert
1988
5 27
Parisi, Frank and Robin
5 28
Raaf, John and Lorene
5 29
Ragen, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
1979 - 1989
5 30
Ratner, Mr. and Mrs. Justin
5 31
Rawlinson, Joyce
5 32
Reis, George
1978
5 33
Rian’s Inc.
5 34
Ridgley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
5 35
Rigby, Don and Maggi
1992
5 36
Riverwood Business Center
5 37
Riverwood Business Center
5 38
Riverwood Business Center
1989
5 39
Rives, George and Claire
5 40
Rooke, Ralph and Helen
5 41
Rosenberg, Richard and Mary
1982
5 42
Rosenfeld, John
5 43
Rothrock, Roger and Judy
5 44
Rothrock, Roger and Judy
1993
5 45
Saint Pius Church and School
5 46
Saint Rose Catholic Church
5 47
Salishan Lodge
1966
5 48
Salishan Lodge (Expansion Project)
5 49
Salishan Lodge (Expansion Project)
5 50
Salishan Lodge (Expansion Project)
5 51
Salishan Lodge (Expansion Project)
6 1
Saltzman, Jack and Marge
1988 - 1990
6 2
Satyanarayan, Kadavil and Ruth
6 3
Schwarz, Bill (Fishing Rock)
6 4
Sieberts, Mrs. Solvig
6 5
Skillern, Paul and Dana
6 6
Smith, Baird and Karen
1992 - 1993
6 7
Smith, Baird and Karen
6 8
Smith, Karen
6 9
Snow, Ed and Betty
6 10
Snow, Nancy
6 11
Snow Residence
6 12
Sokol Blosser Winery
1988
6 13
Souther, Bette Z. (Mrs. Cal N.)
6 14
Spears, William and Barbara
6 15
Springbrook Institute
1988
6 16
Springbrook Institute
6 17
Springbrook Institute
6 18
Springbrook Institute
6 19
Springbrook Institute
6 20
Springbrook Institute
6 21
Springbrook Institute
6 22
Springbrook Institute
6 23
Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
1979 - 1980
6 24
Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
6 25
Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
6 26
Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
6 27
Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
6 28
State Accident Insurance Fund (SAIF)
1975
6 29
Staver, Robert and Janice
6 30
Stewart, Dr. and Mrs. Donald
6 31
Stoyanov, Milan and Jean
1988
6 32
Supplee, Kate
6 33
Swigert, Bill and Virginia
6 34
Swigert, Ernie
1992
6 35
Talbott, Richard and Carolyn
6 36
Tarbell, Harry and Polly
6 37
Tarbell, Harry and Polly
1987
6 38
Thayer, James and Cynthia
7 1
Thompson, Stephen Eberly and Helen
1988 - 1989
7 2
Timberline Lodge
7 3
Timberline Lodge
7 4
Timberline Lodge
1986
7 5
Timberline Lodge
7 6
Torp, Fred and Nancy
7 7
Torvend, Palmer and Nordis
1986
7 8
Tromley, Russel and Adrienne
7 9
Tykeson, Don
7 10
Tykeson Residence
1989
7 11
Vanburen, Evans and Marybeth
7 12
Vigeland, Karen
7 13
Vollum, Tisha and Steve
1990
7 14
Vranzian
7 15
Warren Jr., Robert and Liz
7 16
Warren Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert
1985 - 1986
7 17
Waverly Greens
7 18
Waverly Greens
7 19
Weaver, Karen and Robert
Undated
7 20
Wertheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Phil
7 21
Wessinger, Fred
1991
7 22
Wessinger, Mr. and Mrs. Ted
7 23
Wessinger, Mr. and Mrs. William
7 24
Wheeler, Leslie
7 25
Wheeler, Leslie
1989 - 1992
7 26
Wheeler, Leslie
7 27
Whitaker, Kent and Carol
1987
7 28
White
7 29
Wyse, Scott
7 30
Zieverink, Bill and Francine
1991

Series II:  Miscellaneous FilesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
8 1
Barbara Fealy’s Gardens as seen and photographed by Ann Hughes, Dale Jones, and Teryr Toedtemeier
8 2
Barbara Fealy’s Gardens as seen and photographed by Ann Hughes, Dale Jones, and Teryr Toedtemeier
8 3
Client List
8 4
How to Play Croquet Handbook
8 5
Miscellaneous
8 6
Notes: Old Jobs McCann Bea Peterson
8 7
Roll Index
8 8
Sketch Book
8 9
Standard Details for Reference
8 10
Stewart, Tabori and Chang, Inc. Publishers
8 11
Susan- Table Patio Design
8 12
Working List of Clients

Series III (stored under call number Ph 350):  Photographs (PH350)Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Box item
1 1
Baisch, Jan and Marcia
1 2
Becker, David and Chita
1 3
Beckman, John and Patricia
1 4
Belluschi, Peter
1 5
Bennett, Carol
1 6
Bieker, Fred and Gale
1 7
Bloedel Reserve
1 8
Cowles III, William and Allison
1 9
Cowles III, William and Allison
1 10
Donnelly, Barbara
1 11
Eagle Crest
1 12
Eagle Crest
1 13
Eagle Crest
2 1
Frederick, Anne and Bud
2 2
Gingerich, Richard and Shirley
2 3
Hammond–Farness, Marge
2 4
Herman, Alfred and Helen
2 5
Hilands, David
2 6
Hoffman, Eric and Ronna
2 7
Huson, Richard and Yvonne
2 8
Huson, Richard and Yvonne
2 9
Jorgenson, Dr. Harold
2 10
Kathrens, Chiane
2 11
Kingsley, John and Janet
2 12
Lematta, Wes and Nancy
2 13
Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin
2 14
Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin
3 1
O’Leary, George and Lauretta
3 2
Oregonian, Portland, Oregon
3 3
Rives, George and Claire
3 4
Saint Rose Catholic Church
3 5
Salishan Lodge (Expansion Project)
3 6
Skillern, Paul and Dana
3 7
Skillern, Paul and Dana
3 8
Skillern, Paul and Dana
3 9
Skillern, Paul and Dana
3 10
Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
3 11
Staver, Robert and Janice
3 12
Staver, Robert and Janice
3 13
Swigert, Bill and Virginia
3 14
Tarbell, Harry and Polly
3 15
Tarbell, Harry and Polly
3 16
Thompson, Stephen Eberly and Helen
3 17
Timberline Lodge
3 18
Tykeson, Don
3 19
Photo of unidentified woman
3 20
Wessinger, Fred

Series IV:  Architectural DrawingsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Folder
1
Abele to ADEC
2
Adelsheim to Angius
3
Apgood to Austin
4
Bacon to Bay Jr.
5
Becker to Belliuschi
6
Bement to Bethel
7
Biddle’s to Bish
8
Bishop
9
Bledsoe to Boyden
10
Briggs to Bryson
11
Buckwalter to Burpee
12
Bussman to Buttke
13
Call to Carpenter
14
Cascade Ortho to Comrie
15
Conklin to Cowles
16
Crabbe to Crumpaker
17
Cundari to Deuth
18
Disdero to Dutton
19
Eagle Crest to Emry
20
Etlinger to Evergreen Helicopters
21
Farness to Ferris
22
First State Bank of Oregon to Forest Grove High School
23
Forest Grove Lincoln Park to Fyhr
24
Gadsby to Giesy
25
Gilbaugh to Gray
26
Griffin to Hallin
27
Hamachek to Hercher
28
Hering to Hoadley
29
Hoffman to Huson
30
Independent Fitting Co to Innskeep
31
Investors Insurance Corporation to Israelit
32
Jackson to Joy
33
Kaczynski to Kessler
34
Kilkenny to Kyle
35
Lake Oswego Medical Center to Leach Botanical Garden
36
Lee to Luscher
37
MacNaughton, Jr. to Maybugh
38
McBride to McGraw
39
McGreevey to McRae
40
Meadowpark Jr. High to Merz
41
Michaels to Minthorn
42
Mobil Corporation to Myers
43
Naito to Nistler
44
Noall to Nye
45
O’Hearn to Ohlson
46
O’Leary to Oregon Arts and Crafts
47
Osterolm to Perry
48
Phahl to Professional Building
49
Q Photo Building to Rawlison
50
Reis to Rippey
51
Riverwood Business Center to Rothrock
52
Rowland to Runckle
53
Sabin to Schamp
54
Salishan Lodge
Box
13
Salishan Lodge
Folder
55
Saltzman to Sellers
56
Senders to Skamania Court House
57
Skillern
58
Skyline to Snedaker
59
Sokol-Blosser Winery to Souther
60
Snow to Snyder
61
Spackman to Springbrook Institute
62
Stack to Stanley
63
State Accident Insurance Fund (SAIF) to Sunset Summit
64
SW 99 to Swigert
65
Tanner to Tarbell
66
Technical Images to Tilson
67
Timberline Lodge
68
Tisdel to Todd
69
Torp to Tucker
70
Turner to Tykeson
71
Unidentified Art Work and papers
72
Underwood to Vigeland
73
Vollum to Vranizan
74
Walther to Warren
75
Waverly Country Club to Waverly Green Apartments
76
Weaver to Welsh
77
Wells to Wertheimer
78
Wessinger to Westbrook
79
Western Forestry to Western Kraft
80
Wheeler
81
Whitaker to Wolochow
82
Wood to Young
83
Yurigahara to Zieverink

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Architecture
  • Gardens--Northwest, Pacific--Design--Photographs
  • Gardens--Northwest, Pacific--Designs and plan
  • Landscape architectural firms--Oregon
  • Landscape architecture--Northwest, Pacific
  • Landscape architecture--Northwest, Pacific--Designs and plans
  • Landscape design--Northwest, Pacific
  • Oregon
  • Women
  • Women landscape architects--Oregon
  • Personal Names :
  • Fealy, Barbara, 1903-2000
  • Salon, Marlene
  • Corporate Names :
  • Barbara Fealy Landscape Architect
  • Barbara Fealy Landscape Architect--Records and correspondence
  • Leach Botanical Garden--Designs and plans
  • Timberline Lodge (Mount Hood, Or.)--Designs and plans
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Landscape architecture drawings
  • Photographs