Roland Terry architectural drawings, 1937-1991  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Architect
Terry, Roland
Title
Roland Terry architectural drawings
Dates
1937-1991 (inclusive)
1952-1980 (bulk)
Quantity
Approximately 13,000 architectural drawings and sketches (406 projects) ; various sizes
Collection Number
PH0743
Summary
Architectural drawings for over 400 projects created by architect Roland Terry and his partners
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

Access restricted: Advance notice required to view drawings. Please submit request at https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/vellum/280019

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for the publication of this finding aid was partially provided through a grant awarded by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Roland Terry (1917 - 2006) is acknowledged as one of the most important figures in Northwest Modernist architecture. His work helped define Northwest regionalism after the World War II, seeking functionality and the integration of natural materials and local elements in his work. Terry is notable for his building designs as well as his ability to integrate architecture with interior and landscape design. His career spanned five decades and, in 1991, his contributions to Northwest design were recognized with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Seattle Medal.

Roland Terry grew up in Kansas City, Missouri. His mother, Florence Beach Terry, was widowed when Roland was two. Terry often spent the summers on vacation in Seattle, where his mother was friends with Mark Tobey and was immersed in the Seattle art scene. In 1935, Terry entered the Department of Architecture at the University of Washington and studied under architecture professor Lionel Pries and interior designer Hope Foote.

J. Lister Holmes , 1940-1941

During his summers as an architecture student at the University of Washington, Terry worked for Seattle architect J. Lister Holmes. Following his graduation from the School of Architecture in 1940, Terry worked for J. Lister Holmes. After one year, Terry received the Langley Scholarship from the American Institute of Architects in 1941. He left that year for San Francisco to start an extended trip to South America with the intention of studying the modern buildings of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, designed by Le Corbusier and his followers. After returning to the United States in May 1942, Terry joined the military, spending time in Hawaii, the western Pacific, and New Mexico.

Tucker, Shields & Terry , 1946-1951

Terry's first professional firm, Tucker, Shields & Terry was founded in 1946 after Roland Terry left the military. Terry formed the partnership with two of his colleagues from the University of Washington, Bert A. Tucker (1910-1983) and Robert M. Shields (b. 1917). They built their own office in 1946-47 (destroyed) and designed custom houses. In 1949, they worked with Wimberly and Cook, Architects, Honolulu, to build the Canlis Charcoal Broiler in Seattle. In 1949, Terry took a leave from his practice to study art in Europe; he returned to Seattle in 1951, but left the partnership shortly after his return. The partnership continued without Terry as Tucker & Shields.

Terry & Moore , 1952-1962

Terry & Moore was founded in late 1952 when Roland Terry partnered with Philip A. Moore (1903-1972). The firm created a number of residences including houses for John Hauberg, Jr. and William K. Blethen. In addition to designing these two houses, Terry was also responsible for designing the gardens of the house, custom furnishings, and architectural features that would accommodate collected antiques and art objects. Additional residences include the country house for John Hauberg on Bainbridge Island, Washington, and the Lawrence B. Culter residence in Vancouver, British Columbia. restaurateur Walter Clark hired Terry & Moore to design several restaurants in the Seattle area, including Clark's New Crabapple in Bellevue, Clark's Red Carpet, the Lakewood Terrace Dining Room in Tacoma, and the Dublin House Restaurant. These projects were well-regarded as Terry & Moore established themselves as architects of non-residential interiors.

Roland Terry & Associates , 1960-1974

Roland Terry began practicing as Roland Terry & Associates in 1960. The firm's designs include residences such as the Paul Roland Smith house; the Philip A. Stewart residences; the high-rise condominium on Lake Washington, Washington Park Tower; and a number of joint ventures. Terry continued working for restaurateur Peter Canlis to design restaurants in Honolulu, the Hilton Hotel in Portland, Oregon, and at the Fairmont in San Francisco.

Terry & Egan , 1974-1987

Roland Terry partnered with his longtime associate Robert H. Egan (b. 1922) to form Terry & Egan in 1974. The firm's designs shifted incerasingly towards the interiors of large scale commercial buildings and included the interior of the Halekulani Hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii; and the interior of the Union Bank of California Center in Seattle, Washington. The partnership was dissolved in 1987, and Terry continued to work independently on a small number of residential projects, including his own home, after the partnership ended.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The collection contains records for over 400 projects (approximately 13,000 architectural drawings) Roland Terry and his partners completed over five decades. These architectural drawings document Terry's career as an architect and include several of his well-known projects, including residential projects and commercial projects such as the Canlis restaurants, the original flagship Nordstrom store, and Washington Park Tower. These drawings document the evolution of his style over his lifetime and the work of his firms, Terry & Moore, Roland Terry & Associates, and Terry & Egan. The collection also includes a number of projects completed by Terry's partners, Philip Moore and Robert Egan, and shows contributions made by Terry's associates, including John Mayeno and George Wallace.

Also included in this collection is an early project Roland Terry completed as a student at the University of Washington and in his early career with J. Lister Holmes as well as work done after his retirement in 1987.

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Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

Student works, 1935-1940Return to Top

Student drawings completed by Roland Terry as an undergraduate student were retained by the University of Washington Department of Architecture and are available as part of the University of Washington Department of Architecture Student Drawings Collection (PH Coll 740) .

Container(s) Description Dates
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M400 1
Florence Beach Terry residence, 9807 19th Avenue Northwest, Seattle, Washington
7 drawings : 6 graphite on tracing paper, 1 blueprint
Drawings for the residence of Roland Terry's mother, Mrs. Florence Beach Terry, located in the Blue Ridge neighborhood of Seattle. The design for the Florence Beach Terry residence was completed during Roland Terry's sophomore year as an architecture student at the University of Washington under the guidance of architecture professor Lionel Pries.Included in these drawings are plans for the basement, foundation, and first floor; exterior elevations; interior elevations for the living room, dining room, entryway, kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom; and detail drawings of the windows.
June 27, 1937

J. Lister Holmes, 1940-1941Return to Top

Terry worked for Seattle architect J. Lister Holmes during the summers while in architecture school at the University of Washington and for a short while after graduating as a draftsman and designer. Three projects in the collection have been identified from this period.

Container(s) Description Dates
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M400 2
Mr. C. E. Davis residence additions and alterations, 2605 West 97th Street, Seattle, Washington
2 drawings
Additions to the residence of Mr. C. E. Davis.
1941
M400 3
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ingham residence
2 drawings : 2 graphite and pastel on tracing paper
Two perspective drawings signed by Terry show his work under architect J. Lister Holmes.
April 19, 1941
M400 4
Mr. Vincent Jones residence alterations
8 drawings : 6 graphite on tracing paper, 2 blueprint
Plans, exterior elevations, detail drawings, wall sections, basement and foundation plans show alterations to the exterior of the Jones residence. One drawing shows revisions to the kitchen and dining room.
June 28, 1940

Tucker, Shields & Terry, 1946-1951Return to Top

Twelve projects completed by Tucker, Shields & Terry, including the original 1949 design drawings for the Canlis Charcoal Broiler in Seattle, are available as part of the Robert Shields architectural drawings collection (PHColl 921).

The Robert Shields architectural drawings collection contains drawings for one of Roland Terry's most well-known projects, the Canlis Charcoal Broiler in Seattle. The Canlis Charcoal Broiler, later renamed Canlis Restaurant, was designed and built by Tucker, Shields & Terry in collaboration with the Honolulu architectural firm of Wimberly and Cook, 1949-1951. The building was then renovated by Tucker and Shields in 1953 after Terry left the firm; the design was revamped by Terry & Moore in 1958 and later updated during the mid-1990s by Northwest architect James Cutler.

Terry's work with the Canlis property spans multiple businesses. While the original 1949 records for the project can be found in the Robert Shields architectural drawings collection under the title, "Peter Canlis' Charcoal Broiler", records for later renovations and remodeling are housed in the Roland Terry architectural drawings collection and can be found in the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series; in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" series; and in the "Terry & Egan, Nonresidential work" series.

Description

Terry & Moore, Residential work, 1952-1962Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
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M400 5
Mr. and Mrs. John Alger residence
18 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 14 graphite on tracing paper, 1 graphite and color on tracing paper, 1 reproduction on bond
4 sketches : 4 graphite on trace.
Included in these drawings are one signed perspective drawing of the residence's living room, plot plans, foundation plan, main floor plan, exterior elevations, interior elevations, electrical plans, section drawings of the balcony, miscellaneous details of cabinetry, fence, grilles, and concrete walk. Also included is a site survey by H. W. Rutherford, Engineer.
November 5, 1953 - March 28, 1955
M400 6
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Alhadeff residence remodel, 6006 Lake Shore Drive, Seattle, Washington
7 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 3 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Drawings show an exterior remodel for the Alhadeff residence near Seward Park in Seattle. Included in these drawings are a plot plan; exterior elevations; detail drawings showing the fence, gate post, and trellis; and a topographic map by Morford & Mowry, Engineers.
June 7, 1957 - July 26, 1957
M400 7
Mr. and Mrs. John Amberg residence, 450 McGilvra Boulevard, Seattle, Washington
45 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 35 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite on brownline on impregnated vellum, 2 color on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Included in these drawings are two perspectives, plot plans, architectural plans, elevation drawings, detail drawings, section drawings, electrical and heating plans, landscape plans, specifications, a schedule of materials, and two lighting sketches for fixtures in the house.
October 1958 - December 1959
M400 8
Mrs. E. Heitman Anderson residence, 6627 West Mercer Way, Mercer Island, Washington
11 drawings : 8 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Drawings for the Anderson residence include the plot plan; foundation and floor plans; exterior elevations; interior elevations of the family room, living room, kitchen, bath, and master bedroom; detail drawings; terrace plan; electrical and heating plan; and a topographic map by John B. Dodds, Engineer.
June 6, 1957
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Anderson
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M400 9
Penthouse apartment
17 drawings : 3 graphite on vellum, 10 graphite on trace, 3 graphite and color on trace, 3 reproduction on bond
Drawings show plans for the Anderson's penthouse apartment. Included in these drawings are perspective drawings; proposed floor plans; interior elevations of the den, bath, and dressing room.
April 4, 1954 - June 29, 1954
M400 10
Proposed residence
2 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum
Drawings showing plans for the proposed Anderson residence include a sketch of the proposed plot plan and a pre-preliminary plot plan.
August 21, 1957 - August 22, 1957
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M400 11
Dr. and Mrs. Russell Anderson residence, 5126 Kenilworth Place Northeast, Seattle, Washington
22 drawings : 16 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 graphite on trace, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum
Drawings for the Anderson residence in the Windermere neighborhood of Seattle. Drawings include two differing perspective drawings signed by Roland Terry; plot plans; floor plans; foundation plans; exterior elevations; interior elevations; heating and electrical plans; detail drawings of millwork, posts and gate, fireplace, couch, storage cabinet, and bookcases.
December 1955 - August 15, 1956
M400 12
Mr. and Mrs. A. Stewart Ballinger residence cabana and pool terrace addition, The Highlands, Seattle, Washington
30 drawings : 17 graphite on trace, 10 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum,1 graphite on bond, 1 blueprint
Plot plans, foundation plan, elevation drawings, detail drawings, section drawings, specifications, and sketches interior alterations and design for a cabana and pool terrace in the Highlands neighborhood of Seattle. Survey by Morford & Mowry, Engineers.
August 1959 - February 1961
M400 13
Thomas Balmer survey, 10 West Laurelhurst Drive, Seattle, Washington
2 drawings : 1 graphite on vellum, 1 blueline reproduction on bond
Drawings relating to the residence of Mr. Thomas Balmer include one plot plan by Roland Terry showing an existing and proposed driveway and one survey by H.W. Rutherford, Engineers.
June 25, 1957
M400 14
Robert Beach residence at Riviera Place, Seattle, Washington
2 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum
Drawings show the basement floor plan and elevations of the fireplaces in Robert Beach's residence. Robert Beach also owned an automobile parking facility in downtown Seattle that was designed by Roland Terry.
July 14, 1955
M400 15
Mr. and Mrs. Wellwood Beall residence additions and revisions, Hunts Point, Washington
23 drawings : 18 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with color on bond, 1 blueprint
Drawings show additions and alterations, including the addition of a pool, to the Hunts Point residence of Wellwood and Jean Beall. Included in these drawings are plans; foundation plans; elevation map; a pool and terrace plan by Dale D. Pedersen, Architect; slab removal plan with detail drawings; interior and exterior elevations; section drawings; electrical plans; mechanical and heating drawings done in collaboration with Bouillon and Griffith, Engineers; and a schedule of materials.
October 2, 1957 - December 12, 1957
M400 16
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gordon Bennett residence, 4056 Hunts Point Road, Hunts Point, Seattle, Washington
41 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 26 graphite on vellum, 4 graphite on brownline on impregnated vellum, 2 graphite and color on brownline on impregnated vellum, 4 graphite and color on bond, 1 reproduction on bond
1 sketch : 1 reproduction with graphite on bond
1 document : 1 typed ink on bond
Drawings show the Hunts Point residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. Gordon Bennett. Included in these drawings are perspective drawings, plans, elevations, section and detail drawings, heating and electric plans, schedules, and specifications. Topographic map by Morford & Mowry, Engineers.
April 20, 1958 - September 14, 1961
M400 17
Proposed Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Bernbaum residence, 76th Street Northeast, Kirkland, Washington
7 drawings : 4 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 1 color on bond paper, 1 reproduction on bond
Drawings include floor plans, site plans, and garden development plans for Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Bernbaum in Kirkland. Additional documents relating to this project include a topographic map showing the proposed lot subdivision by John B. Dodds, Engineer, and survey by Morford & Mowry, Engineers.
April 4, 1958 - May 14, 1958
M400 18
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blanchett residence on Lake Washington, Seattle, Washington
1 sketch : 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum
Plot plan showing the location of a proposed residence on Lake Washington.
July 10, 1960
M400 19
Mr. and Mrs. William K. Blethen residence on 39th Avenue, Seattle, Washington
Alternate client name: Mrs. Kenneth Schoenfeld.
53 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 42 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 1 color on bond, 2 reproduction on bond, 1 blueprint
Drawings show the residence of Mr. and Mrs. William Blethen. The project was started in 1955 as the residence for Mrs. Kenneth Schoenfeld, but changed to Mr. and Mrs. William Blethen following the marriage of Ruth Schoenfeld to William Blethen in 1956. As the drawings refer to the same project, they have been organized and cataloged under this name.Ruth "Mundy" Schoenfeld Blethen Clayburg married L. Kenneth Schoenfeld in 1930. and moved with him from Chicago to Seattle. After his death, she married Mr. William Blethen in 1956. This accounts for the two names associated with this project.Included in these drawings are three perspectives, site plans, architectural plans, elevation drawings, detail drawings, mechanical plans, and sketches. Also included is a property survey by Morford & Mowry and later drawings for a garden development plan at the residence in 1962.
October 1955 - February 1962
M400 20
Mr. Robert Block residence remodel and alterations, 1617 East Boston Terrace, Seattle, Washington
10 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 7 graphite on vellum
Drawings show alterations to the basement and other remodeling to Robert Block's residence. Drawings include plan, basement plan, elevations, reflected ceiling plan, and furniture details.
January 1954 - December 1954
M401 21
Proposed Blumenthal residence at View Haven, Clyde Hill, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite and color on trace
Plot plan for a proposed residence near Bellevue. Drawing is stamped with the Terry & Moore stamp.
circa 1958
M401 22
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boese residence alterations, 11115 Seventh Avenue Northwest, Seattle, Washington
9 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 5 graphite on vellum
Drawings for the Boese residence in the Crown Hill neighborhood of Seattle include foundation plan, plans for basement and main floor, multiple exterior elevations, wall section, and alterations to existing walls.
1960
M401 23
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Branstetter beach cabin, Whidbey Island, Washington
2 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum
Inscribed title: Beach Cabin on Whidbey Island for Mr. and Mrs. Dick Branstetter.Drawings show the foundation, floor plan, and exterior elevations for a proposed beach cabin on Whidbey Island.
August 16, 1955
M401 24
Mr. and Mrs. H. Brink residence alterations, Seattle, Washington
4 drawings : 4 graphite on vellum.
Drawings show alterations to the Brink residence in the Highlands neighborhood of Seattle. Drawings include first and second floor plans, detail drawings, and interior elevations.
circa 1957
M401 25
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Burns residence proposed addition, 9421 Northeast 40th Street, Yarrow Point, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Plan shows the proposed addition to the Burns residence.
May 3, 1960
M401 26
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Case residence, 3718 Commodore Way, Seattle, Washington
28 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 19 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 5 reproduction on bond
Drawings show the Case residence, located near Discovery Park in Seattle. Included in these drawings are one signed perspective, architectural plans, site plans, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, electrical and heating plans, landscape plans, driveway profile and pool plan, and a schedule of materials.
April 10, 1957 - April 28, 1961
Mr. Peter Canlis residence alterations, 1726 East Howell Place, Seattle, Washington
The residence at 1726 East Howell Place was designed by Stoddard and Son, Architects, for Mr. Winchester King. During the 1950s, Roland Terry, then operating as Terry & Moore, completed four projects for alterations to the residence for owner Peter Canlis. In addition to this residence, Terry completed a number of projects for Peter Canlis, including the Canlis Restaurants, and Peter Canlis' future apartment residence.
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M401 27a
Kitchen and breakfast room alterations
24 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 7 graphite on vellum, 16 blueprints
Plans, detail drawings, and interior elevations show alterations to the breakfast room and kitchen. Interior elevations show alterations to the bedrooms, bath, and cabinets. One drawing shows a proposed garden plan. Additionally, there are sixteen blueprints by Stoddard and Son showing the original residence.
October 27, 1952 - November 20, 1952
M401 27b
Basement alterations and lanai addition
11 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 7 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
1 sketch : 1 graphite on trace
Signed perspective drawing of the den and lanai addition. Also included are plans of the basement and one plan of the lanai and den, detail drawings, and interior elevations of the doors.
August 6, 1954 - August 26, 1955
M401 27c
Alterations to property
41 drawings : 7 graphite on trace, 9 graphite and color on trace, 20 graphite on vellum, 4 graphite and color on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Plans, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, and proposed site development plans show significant alterations to the Canlis residence. Included in these drawings are plot plans and floor plans, lot reapportionment plan, plans showing proposed site development and access roads, and a survey by Morford & Mowry, Civil Engineers dated June 17, 1959.
November 20, 1957 - August 16, 1960
M401 27d
Kitchen alterations
3 drawings : 3 graphite on vellum
1 sketch : 1 color on trace
Detail drawings show alterations to the kitchen.
July 8, 1963 - August 13, 1963
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M401 28
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chang residence, 19th Avenue South, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite and color on vellum
Plan with elevation drawing for the Chang residence. It is unknown whether the residence was built, or if this drawing served only as a preliminary sketch.
April 11, 1953
M401 29
Mr. and Mrs. Ark Chin residence, 1920 20th Avenue South, Seattle, Washington
4 drawings : 4 blueprints
Drawings show the plot plan, foundation and basement plans, first floor plan, exterior elevations and schedule of materials for the Chin residence. Each drawing is stamped and signed by P. A. Moore, indicating that Moore was the lead architect on the project. Drawings have been initialed by AC; further research is necessary to determine whether Ark Chin, who was an engineer with Chin, Mayo & Kramer, may have worked under Terry & Moore at one time.
March 31, 1953
M401 30
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Chinn residence remodel, 120 39th Avenue, Seattle, Washington
33 drawings : 1 charcoal and graphite on trace, 8 graphite on trace, 20 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on bond, 1 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 2 graphite on bond
Drawings show a remodel to the Chinn residence on the western shore of Lake Washington. Included in these drawings are a perspective drawing, three plans, three garden plans, three furniture plans, two terrace plans, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, electrical and heating plans, two site surveys by Morford & Mowry, two plot plans, one roof framing plan, one foundation plan, and a number of furniture drawings.
1959 - 1962
M401 31
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark residence alterations, 6127 Keswick Drive, Seattle, Washington
4 drawings : 4 graphite on vellum
Drawings show alterations to the interior design of the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark located in the Windermere neighborhood of Seattle. Included among these drawings are one plan, detail drawing, elevation drawing, and section drawing.
March 1954 - July 1955
M401 32
Mr. and Mrs. Cortlandt Clark residence, 1555 Parkside Drive, Seattle, Washington
28 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 23 graphite on vellum
Drawings for the Clark residence in the Broadmoor neighborhood include one perspective drawing, plot plans, plans, elevation drawings, detail drawings, section drawings, one electrical plan, and a schedule of materials.
1954-1956
M401 33
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Clark residence, Seattle, Washington
60 drawings : 19 graphite on trace, 31 graphite on vellum, 5 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum, 2 reproduction on bond
Drawings for the Spencer Clark residence in the Highlands neighborhood of Seattle include one perspective drawing, plans, floor plans of the residence and the caretaker's apartment, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, electrical and mechanical plans, reflected ceiling plan, and a survey by Morford & Mowry, Engineers.
June 1961 - September 1961
M401 34
Mr. and Mrs. John Cope residence alterations, Medina, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
One plan shows proposed alterations to the Cope residence.
August 31, 1960
M401 35
Dr. Don Corlett residence deck addition
1 drawing : 1 graphite on bond
Drawing shows the plan, elevation, and detail for a deck addition to the Corlett residence.
April 3, 1957
Mr. and Mrs. James Crissey residence
Two separate projects for client James Crissey. The first project shows alterations made to the garage apartment residence in 1953. The second project shows kitchen alterations made to the residence in 1953. Two other projects relating to James Crissey can be found in the Roland Terry Architectural Drawings. His store, Crissey Flower Shop had locations at 1329 5th Avenue and later at 2100 5th Avenue. The shop at 1329 5th Avenue was extensively remodeled by Terry & Moore in 1955 and the original drawings relating to this project can be found in the series, "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work." The shop at 2100 5th Avenue was extensively remodeled by Terry & Egan in 1974 and the original drawings relating to this project can be found in the series, "Terry & Egan, Nonresidential work".
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M401 36a
Garage apartment alterations
1 drawing : 1 graphite and color on vellum
Inscribed title: Alterations to Apartment Over Garage for Mr. and Mrs. James Crissey.Drawing shows the plan, elevation, and details of alterations to the Crissey family's garage apartment.
July 6, 1953
M401 36b
Kitchen alterations
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Drawing shows the plan, elevation, and section drawing of alterations to the Crissey's kitchen.
June 17, 1953
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M401 37
Mrs. Carl J. Culter residence, 5779 Newton Wynd, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
11 drawings : 10 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum
Drawings include plot plan, plans, interior elevations and exterior elevations, electrical and heating plans, schedule of materials, and detail drawings of the doors and windows. Interior elevations include elevations of the kitchen and bath, and wall paneling. This project was a collaborative project with architects White and Cole and some drawings bear their name.
August 4, 1954 - January 14, 1955
M401 38
Mr. George M. Davis residence furniture plan
28 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 24 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 graphite on brownline on impregnated vellum
10 sketches : 10 graphite on vellum
Drawings and sketches show furniture for the residence of Mr. George M. Davis. Included in these drawings are perspective drawings, furnishing plans, detail drawings, elevation drawings, section drawings and sketches.
May 1, 1956 - April 11, 1957
M401 39
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Day residence at Island Park, Mercer Island, Washington
9 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 8 graphite on vellum
Drawings include one plan, plot plan, elevation drawings, detail drawings, and section drawings.
January 28, 1958 - April 22, 1959
M401 40
Delta Delta Delta [Tri-Delta] sorority house additions and alterations, 4527 21st Avenue Northeast, Seattle, Washington
43 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 38 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 2 blueline reproduction on bond
29 sketches : 27 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum
Drawings show 1956 additions and alterations to the Delta Delta Delta [Tri-Delta] sorority house at the University of Washington. Included are perspectives, plans, interior and exterior elevations, detail drawings, electrical plans, mechanical and heating plans, schedules of materials, and a plot plan by Edward W. Triol. Interior elevations show the card room, living room, and meeting room. Detail drawings show windows and stairs.
April 2, 1956 - February 15, 1958
M402 41
Delta Gamma sorority house proposed addition, 2012 East 45th Street, Seattle, Washington
30 drawings : 10 graphite on trace, 19 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on bond
5 sketches : 4 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on lined paper
2 documents : 2 ink on bond [ordering forms]
Drawings and sketches show the proposed addition to the Delta Gamma Sorority at the University of Washington. The sorority's house was located at the intersection of 21st Avenue Northeast and East 45th Street. Included in these drawings are perspectives, site and plot plans, plans, detail drawings, elevation drawings, section drawings, and electrical plans. Most drawings appear to be preliminary drawings.
April 1960 - August 1961
M402 42
Mr. T. T. Denison residence guest house addition, 2206 Southwest Greenwood Road, Portland, Oregon
8 drawings : 8 graphite on vellum
Foundation plan, first floor plan, exterior elevations, interior room elevations, electrical plan, and living room furnishings.
April 29, 1954 - January 11, 1955
M402 43
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Dick residence additions and alterations, 8315 Overlake Drive, Medina, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Drawing shows alterations and additions to the residence.
December 2, 1960
M402 44
Mr. John Drew residence interior alterations
5 drawings : 5 graphite on vellum
Details and elevation drawings for the recreation room, window frames, bookshelves, dressing table, and kitchen counter.
June 3, 1953 - August 18, 1953
M402 45
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dulien residence, 4000 East Denny Blaine Place, Seattle, Washington
4 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 2 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Perspective drawing, site plan, second floor plan, and a survey by E. A. Duffy Consulting Engineering. Louis Dulien was the President of Dulien Scrap Metal. Ann Dulien, his wife, was later married to Josef Diamond of Diamond Bros. Parking.
January 1954 - July 7, 1954
M402 46
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Fallick residence at View Haven, Bellevue, Washington
22 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 14 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 graphite on brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Two signed perspective drawings, plot plans, foundation plans, first floor plans, exterior elevations, patio elevations, detail drawings of the garage door and skylight, interior elevations of cabinets, fireplace, utility room, kitchen, family room, children's room, bath and living room, electrical and heating plans, and one topographic map by Morford & Mowry, Civil Engineers.
March 21, 1957 - August 5, 1958
M402 47
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fleeson studio residence at Douglas Avenue and 18th Street, Bellingham, Washington
15 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 11 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on brownline on impregnated vellum
Two perspectives, a plot plan, floor plans, exterior and interior elevation drawings, section drawings, detail drawings of windows and cabinets, heating and electrical plans, and one schedule of materials. This residence was located adjacent to the Ralph Roberg residence, also by Terry & Moore. Records for the Roberg property can also be found in this collection under the "Terry & Moore, Residential work" series.
May 24, 1955 - April 27, 1956
M402 48
Mr. E. J. Fox residence alterations, 4237 91st Place Northeast, Yarrow Point, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Drawing shows the plan and elevation of the Fox residence on Yarrow Point.
March 18, 1958
M402 49
Proposed Mr. and Mrs. John Franco residence, Sunset Avenue, Seattle, Washington
5 drawings : 4 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Plot plan, plans, and one property survey by Morford & Mowry, Engineers.Mr. and Mrs. Franco were also later clients of Roland Terry; the 1977 plans for their house on Beach Drive can be found in the series, "Terry & Egan, Residential work."
1960
M402 50
Proposed Norbert O. Fratt residence remodel, 1102 Harvard Avenue, Seattle, Washington
12 drawings : 6 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 2 graphite on vellum, 2 reproduction on bond
Basement and main floor plans, the existing residence and basement crawl space, exterior elevation drawings, and topographic maps by Morford & Mowry, Engineers.
March 1960
M402 51
Mr. and Mrs. Tibor Freesz residence, 456 McGilvra Boulevard, Seattle, Washington
26 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 18 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite on brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
3 sketches : 3 graphite on vellum
1 document : 1 ink on bond
Twenty-six drawings and three sketches relating to the Freesz residence include a specification sheet, one perspective drawing, plans, detail drawings, elevation drawings, section drawings, materials schedule, and topographic map by Philip M. Botch, Engineer.
January 1956 - October 1956
M402 52
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frisbie residence, 3740 High Lane, Seattle, Washington
24 drawings : 24 graphite on vellum
Plot plan; foundation plan; main floor plans; exterior elevations; interior elevations of cabinets and trim; detail drawings of the fireplace, planting boxes, candelabras, exterior gate posts, patio and paving stones; section drawings of stairs, speakers, and kitchen fixtures.
December 18, 1952 - August 17, 1953
M402 53
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Garrett residence radiator alterations
2 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum.
Drawing show the plan, elevation, and details for proposed alterations to the radiator case.
June 4, 1958
M402 54
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldberg residence, Lot 42 Harborview Addition, Everett, Washington
23 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 17 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 blueline reproduction on bond
1 document
Signed perspective by Terry, plot plans, plans, elevation drawings, detail drawings, section drawings, electrical and mechanical drawings, sketches, and schedule of materials. One drawing shows propsoed alterations to add a garage and additional storage.
December 2, 1957 - January 28, 1958
M402 55
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Golub residence furniture and fireplace alteration, 2960 Magnolia Boulevard, Seattle, Washington
8 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 3 graphite on vellum, 4 reproduction on bond.
Furniture design drawings for the interior of the Golub residence. Drawings include designs for shelves, tables, living room furniture, dining room furniture, and library furniture. One additional plan shows changes to the residence's fireplace.
March 18, 1953 - September 1, 1954
M402 56
Mr. and Mrs. Humphery Griggs residence, Bellingham, Washington
24 drawings : 16 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on vellum, 5 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum
Fundation and basement plans, plans, interior and exterior elevations, electrical and heating plans, detail drawings of dining room, fireplace and shoji screen design, schedule of materials. Preliminary drawings and topographic map.
February 20, 1959 - December 30, 1959
M402 57
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Haddon residence patio alterations, 1735 Ohio Avenue, Bremerton, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Drawing shows the plan, elevation, and detail for a patio wind screen and roofed structure.
February 10, 1955
M402 58
Mr. James Hambidge residence lanai renovations, 2047 or 2055 76th Avenue Northeast, Seattle, Washington
4 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum
Drawings show lanai renovations for the residence of Mr. James Hambidge, located in the Medina neighborhood of Seattle. Included in these drawings are one plan, detail drawings, section drawings, and elevation drawings. Address written on drawings is not consistent; drawings show the residence located at either 2047 or 2055 76th Avenue Northeast.
September 1955 - October 1955
M402 59
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Harvey residence additions and alterations
6 drawings : 6 graphite on vellum
Drawings show additions on the north and east sides of the Harvey residence for a new living room, bedroom hallway, and lanai.
January 7, 1958 - January 15, 1959
M402 60
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haslund residence alterations and remodel, Magnolia Heights, Seattle, Washington
8 drawings : 6 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on coated paper
Drawings show alterations including changes to the living room and study with new fireplace and design drawings for a custom couch.
February 7, 1954 - March 25, 1954
John and Anne Gould Hauberg properties
Country residence, Country Club Road, Bainbridge Island, Washington
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M403 61a
Country residence
55 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 46 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 6 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Perspective drawing, foundation plan, plot plan, plans of first and second floor, interior and exterior elevations, detail drawings of millwork, and finish schedule. Additional drawings include design drawings of custom furnishings, kitchen island, cabinetry, wardrobe, gun rack and pool. Preliminary landscape plan by Noble Hoggson, Landscape Architect. Later additions and remodeling was done by Roland Terry & Associates and can be found in the series "Roland Terry & Associates, Residential work."
March 19, 1956 - June 26, 1957
M403 61b
Garden plan
5 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 2 reproduction with ink and color on bond
Plot plans showing the existing buildings, two garden plans, and preliminary landscape plan by Noble Hoggson, Landscape Architect.
October 30, 1959 - September 17, 1959
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M403 62
Office suites
7 drawings : 1 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite and color on vellum, 3 reproduction on bond
Inscribed title: Proposed Office Suites for Mr. John Hauberg, Jr.Drawings include plans, elevation drawings, and electrical drawings that show the proposed office suite and furniture design for John Hauberg, Jr. Two of the seven drawings were provided to Terry by architectural millwork company O. B. Williams, an architectural millwork company. Due to the duration of this project, drawings span two architectural firms: Terry & Moore and Roland Terry & Associates. The bulk of drawings were completed by Terry & Moore [drawings dated prior to February 20, 1961]; rather than separating the project records, drawings were organized together as part of the Terry & Moore series.
August 10, 1960 - February 20, 1961
Town house residence, 1101 McGilvra Boulevard East, Seattle, Washington
The Hauberg town house was designed during the years 1953-1957 for John and Anne Gould Hauberg. At the time of the house's design, the Haubergs hired Warren Hill to design furniture and collaborate with Roland Terry on the interior of the house. Terry also designed the house's surrounding gardens. The Haubergs commissioned Northwest artists Glen Alps, Guy Anderson, Paul Bonifas, Everett De Pen, Morris Graves, Paul Gustin, Paul Horiuchi, and Mark Tobey to create structurally integrated or freestanding artwork for the house that was incorporated into the interior architecture and furniture design.Terry later completed a number of remodels for the residence, which can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Residential work" series.
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M403 63a
John and Anne Gould Hauberg town house
61 drawings : 10 graphite on trace, 47 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction on bond with colored pencil, 2 blueprints
Multiple perspective drawings, plans, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, electrical plans, landscape plans, multiple furniture designs, and site survey. Plans include a plot plan, foundation plan, basement plan, first and second floor plans, roof plan, entrance plan, and foyer plan. Detail drawings show the roof, kitchen casework, fireplace and chimney, stairs, entrance and foyer, terrace, pools, and entrance. Interior elevations of bedrooms, playroom, sliding doors, living room and foyer, kitchen, laundry room, bar, study with shoji screens, children's rooms, dressing rooms, and utility rooms. Furniture plan shows custom furniture and drawings include furniture designs for coffee table, living room sofa, garden couch, end table, telephone bench, nightstands, chest, hikie, bookshelves, desk, and lamp.
May 4, 1954 to March 17, 1957
M403 63b
Proposed remodel
17 drawings : 13 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 reproduction with color on bond
Plot plan, plan, elevations, electrical and heating plans show a proposed remodel for the rooms and furnishings of the Hauberg town house residence. Plans show the first and second floors and a carpet plan. Interior elevations show the dressing room and a design for a storage cabinet, and remodeling to the garden room and study. Detail drawings show the table Terry designed for the residence and custom bracket for a Paul Horiuchi screen.
August 9, 1960 - May 2, 1962
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M403 64
Tree farm cabin for Mr. John Hauberg, Jr., Seattle, Washington
7 drawings : 7 graphite on vellum
Perspective drawing with duplicate, floor plans, elevation drawings, section drawings, and detail drawings. Perspective drawing has been signed by Roland Terry.
July 1955 - August 1955
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M403 65
George Hiddleston property development, 5th Avenue West, Seattle, Washington
2 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum
Drawings include a plan and profile sketch of an addition to a one-story residence owned by George Hiddleston. Further research is necessary to determine whether Hiddleston occupied the residence.
February 22, 1960 - March 23, 1960
M403 66
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Jarvis residence, 5632 Willow Street, Brighton Beach, Seattle, Washington
61 drawings : 8 graphite on trace, 50 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond
4 sketches : 4 graphite on trace
1 document : 1 typed ink on bond
Drawings include two perspectives, both signed, of the exterior of residence with rear brick terrace and the kitchen interior; plot plan showing driveway and drainage; foundation plan; plans of the main floor, bedroom floor, kitchen, outdoor terrace, and planting areas; exterior elevations of house and carport; interior elevations of boat workshop, clay room and kiln, kitchen, utility room, recreation room, master bedroom, bath and dressing rooms, living room, dining room, and childrens' rooms; detail drawings of doors, fireplaces, cabinetry, and children's wardrobes; heating plan; electrical plan; furniture plan and design drawings for a divider screen, dining room table, living room sofa, telephone recess, and bed with headboard. Topographic map.
February 18, 1954 - October 26, 1954; May 7, 1956
M403 67
Dr. and Mrs. George Kennaugh residence remodel, 5736 64th Avenue Northeast, Windermere, Seattle, Washington
4 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum
Living room plan, exterior elevations, and detail drawing that show the residence with windowed doors and changes to the interior millwork and upper level exterior siding.Dr. and Mrs. George Kennaugh also owned a house at Chinom Point on the Kitsap Peninsula designed by Terry & Egan in 1976-1977. The drawings for that residence are in the Roland Terry Architectural Drawings and can be found by looking under "Dr. and Mrs. George Kennaugh" in the "Terry & Egan, Residential work" series.
July 27, 1959
M403 68
Mr. and Mrs. E. Edison Kennell residence additions and alterations, 2828 12th Avenue North, Seattle, Washington
19 drawings : 6 graphite on trace, 13 graphite on vellum.
Floor plans, interior and exterior elevations, plans for a residential dock, and furniture design drawings.
March 1, 1954 - July 22, 1954
M403 69
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kettering residence, 4727 80th Avenue Southeast [Forest Avenue], Mercer Island, Washington
22 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 18 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite on brownline on impregnated vellum
6 sketches : 5 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond
Numbered set of drawings, numbered 1-15, with revised copies of plans and elevation drawings, include a plot plan; service plan; lower level and foundation plan; first floor plan; exterior elevations from all directions; exterior elevations of the interior court; interior elevations of the entry shelving, gallery and study shelving, family room and recreation room fireplace, living room shelving, dressing room storage shelving; building details; fireplace design; and electrical and heating plans. Sketches and preliminary drawings include a court plan, bathroom elevation, preliminary plot plan with planting and floor plan, bathroom elevation. Site survey.
August 24, 1959 - November 15, 1959
M403 70
Mrs. Frances Kimball residence additions and alterations, Yarrow Point, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Plot plan and detail for dining room, garage, and utility room additions.
August 28, 1959
M403 71
Dr. and Mrs. Franz Kirschner residence, 9502 49th Avenue, Seattle, Washington
22 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 20 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum
21 sketches : 21 graphite on trace
Signed perspective drawing, plans, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, electrical plans. Preliminary drawings and topographic maps.
September 23, 1959 - July 1960
M403 72
Mr. and Mrs. James Kyle residence additions and alterations, Yarrow Point, Washington
5 drawings
Plot plan and floor plan, detail drawings, section drawings, and schedule of materials for a two-story addition for a bedroom, outdoor deck, and basement recreation room.
March 2, 1955 - April 5, 1955
M403 73
Proposed Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. LeCocq residence addition, Seattle, Washington
2 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum
June 21, 1955
M403 74
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman G. Louis residence carport addition
2 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum
Plan, elevation drawings, and detail drawings.
April 13, 1958 - May 14, 1958
M403 75
Mr. Robert L. McBreen residence on Delmar Drive, Seattle, Washington
8 drawings : 8 graphite on vellum
3 sketches : 3 graphite on trace
Plan, plot plan, foundation plan, detail drawings exterior elevations, section drawings, topographic maps, and a schedule of materials for the Robert McBreen residence.
October 20, 1953 - February 15, 1954
M404 76
Dr. E. C. McKibben residence additions and alterations, Kirkland, Washington
15 drawings : 6 graphite on trace, 8 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
4 sketches : 3 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum
Plans, elevations, and detail drawings.
March 10, 1954 - July 1, 1954
M404 77
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Meadowcroft residence additions and alterations, 633 36th Avenue North, Seattle, Washington
43 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 34 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite and color on bond, 3 reproduction with ink on bond, 1 reproduction with ink and taped trace
Inscribed title: Town house for Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Meadowcroft.Drawings show an addition and alterations to the Meadowcroft residence. Included in these drawings are one perspective signed by Roland Terry, plot plan, ground floor plan with alterations, second floor plan, exterior elevations showing proposed alterations to the roof and the possible addition of a dormer window, interior elevations of alterations to interior doors and kitchen cabinetry. One exterior elevation sketched by Columbia Valley Lumber Company. Survey by Morford & Mowry, Engineers.
February 25, 1957 - May 19, 1958
M404 78
Mr. and Mrs. John McGrath property improvements, Bellevue, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Plot plan with detail drawing and section drawing showing landscape changes.
April 17, 1958
M404 79
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mohl residence, 35th and East John Street, Seattle, Washington
14 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 4 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond, 2 reproduction with color on bond.
Perspective drawing, foundation plan, plans, exterior elevations, and section drawings. Topographic map by Morford & Mowry.
January 1956
M404 80
Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Morbeck residence on Lake Couer d'Alene, Couer d'Alene, Idaho
32 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 25 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite on brownline on impregnated vellum, 3 reproduction on bond
Perspective drawing and numbered set of construction drawings include plot plans, floor plans, elevation drawings, section drawings, detail drawings, electrical and heating plans, topographic maps, and specifications.
1958-1959
M404 81
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Nelson residence
8 drawings : 8 graphite on vellum
1 sketch : 1 graphite on vellum
Plans, detail drawings, exterior elevations, and interior elevation.
June 2, 1958 - March 17, 1959
M404 82
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nowgrowski residence, 5519 Windermere Road, Seattle, Washington
29 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 25 graphite on vellum, 2 reproduction on bond
Perspective drawings, site plans, plot plan, floor plans, elevation drawings, section drawings, detail drawings, electrical plans, heating plans, and specifications. Topographic map of the property by Carl Morford of Morford & Mowry, Engineers.
September 1954 - November 1955
M404 83
Dr. and Mrs. Lowell A. Olson residence, Sheridan Beach, Washington
30 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 17 graphite on vellum, 9 brownline on impregnated vellum, 7 reproduction on bond
Drawings show the Olson residence at Sheridan Beach. Drawings include a title page, perspective drawings, preliminary plans, floor plans, plot plans, exterior elevations, plans of the terrazzo and terrace, detail drawings of cabinets and windows, interior elevations, heating and electrical plans, construction drawings by Elmer and Moody Company, and one topographic map by Ruskin, Fisher & Associates.
April 24, 1959 - November 2, 1950
M404 84
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Padelford residence recreation room addition, 610 Northwest 56th Street, Seattle, Washington
Inscribed title: Recreation Room for Mr. and Mrs. Philip Padelford.
7 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 4 graphite on vellum
Drawings show alterations to the basement of the Padelford residence for the creation of a recreation room. Drawings include a site plan, interior room elevations, stairway details, and lavatory plan.
November 11, 1955 - January 27, 1956
M404 85
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Parish residence at Cherry Loop, The Highlands, Seattle, Washington
40 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 37 graphite on vellum, 3 reproduction on bond
Signed perspective, plot plan, floor plan, exterior elevations, interior elevations, detail drawings of millwork, heating and electrical plans. Site plan by Morford & Mowry, Engineers.
September 9, 1954 - November 3, 1955
M404 86
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Paterson residence, 2616 11th Avenue East, Seattle, Washington
19 drawings : 10 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 2 graphite on brownline on impregnated vellum, 6 reproduction on bond
Drawings includeplot plan, foundation plan, floor plans, interior and exterior elevations, detail drawings of the stairs and sidewalk, garden development plan, and specifications.
August 22, 1958 - July 14, 1961
M404 87
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Paterson beach house on Mutiny Bay, Whidbey Island, Washington
8 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 5 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction on bond with color
1 sketch : 1 graphite on trace
Perspective drawing, plans, interior and exterior elevations. Property survey.
January 25, 1954 - March 10, 1954
M404 88
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Prosser residence on Highland Road, Seattle, Washington
34 drawings : 33 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Floor plans, exterior elevations, interior elevations, section drawings, detail drawings of windows and framing details, electrical plan, and heating plan. Proposal drawings. Property survey by Morford & Mowry, Engineers.
February 11, 1955 - October 23, 1956
M404 89
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Roberg residence, Douglas Avenue, Bellingham, Washington
20 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 14 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite and brownline on impregnated vellum
Three perspective drawings, architectural plans, elevation drawings, section drawings, detail drawings, heating and electrical plans, and a schedule of materials.This property was located adjacent to the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fleeson, also by Terry & Moore. The records for that project are also in the Roland Terry Architectural Drawings. Some records relating to the Fleeson project contain information on the Roberg property.
May 1955 - July 1956
M404 90
Louise Routh residence modernization, 7 Valley Street, Seattle, Washington
2 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum
Drawings from the modernization of Louise Routh's residence include a plot plan with removed garage, floor plan, elevation drawing, section drawing, and detail drawing showing new doors and trim.
December 7, 1956
M404 91
Mr. Sam Rubinstein residence wardrobe, 6258 Lake Shore Drive, Seattle, Washington
2 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum
Drawings include a design for a wardrobe at the residence of Mr. Sam Rubinstein. Both drawings marked void.
January 31, 1955 - February 4, 1955
M404 92
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Salmon residence remodel, 1671 Broadmoor Drive, Seattle, Washington
3 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum
Drawings include one plan, one detail drawing, and one elevation drawing that show living room remodeling at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Salmon.
May 27, 1954
Mrs. Kenneth Schoenfeld residence on 39th Avenue, Seattle, Washington
Note: When this roll was processed in 2007, it was found with a number of drawings for the William Blethen Residence. After close inspection, it was determined that the two sets of drawings, under different client names, refer to the same project. Roland Terry began the project as a residence for Mrs. Kenneth Schoenfeld in 1955; it was finished in 1962 under the project name "Residence for Mr. and Mrs. William Blethen" after Kenneth Schoenfeld's widow, Ruth Schoenfeld, married William Blethen in 1956. Rather than dividing the records for one project, all drawings relating to this project have been collected under the project name "Mr. and Mrs. William Blethen Residence." To find further information about the Mrs. Kenneth Schoenfeld residence, please refer to the Terry & Moore project, "Mr. and Mrs. William Blethen Residence."
1955-1962
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M404 93
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Sealey residence alterations, Medina, Washington
9 drawings : 7 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite with color on vellum, 1 graphite with ink on vellum
Foundation plan, upper and lower level floor plans, interior and exterior elevations, sections drawings, and details of millwork. Specifications and finish schedule.
January 26, 1955 - April 6, 1955
M404 94
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sereth condominium remodel, 1445 Marpole, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
2 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum
Plan and interior elevation of bath and closet of the Sereths' condominium, Suite 625, at Hycroft Towers.
circa 1952
M404 95
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Shahan residence additions and alterations, Quartermaster Harbor, Vashon Island, Washington
26 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 19 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline with color on impregnated vellum, 1 graphite on bond
Perspective drawing, plans, interior and exterior elevations, detail and section drawings, electrical and heating plans, schedules, plot plans, and foundation revisions. Interior elevations living room, bedroom, bathroom, entryway, dining room, kitchen, and laundry room. Detail drawings show living room beams, chimney, trellis, cornice, and doors.
June 10, 1958 - October 12, 1959
M404 96
Mrs. C. A. Shinstrom residence at Cedarmere, Waverly Way, Kirkland, Washington
26 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 22 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum
Perspective drawing, plot plans, plans, elevation drawings, detail drawings, mechanical plans, and sketches.
1954
M404 97
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Skinner residence, Seattle, Washington
52 drawings : 11 graphite on trace, 31 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on bond, 5 reproduction on bond, 1 blueprint
6 sketches : 4 graphite on trace, 2 graphite on vellum
Two perspectives, plans, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings. Furniture designs. Schedule of materials.
March 1954 - March 18, 1963
M404 98
Mrs. Helen Smith residence rug
3 drawings : 2 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 reproduction with color on bond
Design for custom rug.
September 11, 1958 - October 5, 1958
M404 99
Proposed Mrs. Ralph L. Smith residence, Southwest Edge Cliff Road at Southwest Greenwood Road, Portland, Oregon
3 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond.
Signed perspective drawing, site plan, and property survey.
January 1954
M404 100
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stephens residence, 2537 103rd Avenue Southwest, Bellevue, Washington
19 drawings : 15 graphite on vellum, 3 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Perspective drawings, plot plan, plans, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, electrical notes and heating plan, schedules, survey, and plot plan. Interior elevation and detail drawings show the sunken tub, bar, trellis, and stair. Section drawings include the terrace, trellis, fireplace, carport, and foundation.
June 27, 1958 - August 11, 1961
M405 101
Proposed Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Strack country residence
4 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 3 graphite on vellum
Plans and site plans.
June 1954 - April 6, 1955
M405 102
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Strausz residence, Sunnyside, Washington
20 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 11 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite on brownline on impregnated vellum, 2 color on bond, 2 graphite on bond, 1 reproduction on bond.
Preliminary plans, plot plans, foundation plan, floor plans, interior and exterior elevations, framing details, detail drawings of millwork, heating plans, and electrical plans.
December 1, 1958 - February 27, 1959
M405 103
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Sully country house, Bellevue, Washington
22 drawings : 21 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction with color on bond
Two signed perspectives, plans, interior and exterior elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, site plans, foundation plan, electrical plan, and topographic map.
April 18, 1953
M405 104
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swanson residence at Elford Park, Seattle, Washington
23 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 19 graphite on vellum, 3 brownline with graphite on vellum
Perspective drawing, plan, interior and exterior elevations, detail drawings, electrical plan, foundation plan, and site plan.
December 18, 1959
M405 105
Mrs. Florence Beach Terry residence portable paneling, 9807 19th Avenue Northwest, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Section drawing shows portable paneling Roland Terry designed for his mother's residence.Terry completed the original design for his mother's residence while in architecture school. Selected photographs, architectural drawings, and more information on the residence can be found in the "Student work" series.
October 4, 1954
M405 106
Roland Terry apartment residence alterations
3 sketches : 3 graphite on trace
Sketches show furniture, matting plan, and table for Roland Terry's apartment.
October 4, 1954
M405 107
Mr. and Mrs. F. Theodore Thomsen residence, 725 94th Avenue Southeast, Bellevue, Washington
36 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 24 graphite on vellum, 5 graphite on brownline on impregnated vellum, 3 reproduction on bond
Signed perspective; site plans; plot plans; foundation plans; floor plans; exterior elevations; detail drawings of the millwork, doors, windows, kitchen, buffet, and record storage; heating and electrical plans; plans showing revisions to the deck and carport; furnishing plan for the interior of the residence also includes floor patterns and bench cushions.In 1974, Terry & Egan completed two additional drawings that show alterations to the residence. These drawings can be found in the "Terry & Egan, Residential work" series.
March 1959 - September 22, 1960
M405 108
Robert F. Ulsh residence, 1514 LeRoy Avenue, Berkeley, California
9 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 6 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction with graphite and color on bond
Drawings showing alterations for the Ulsh residence include plans showing both the existing and altered plan of the house and carport, and interior elevations of the kitchen.
June 10, 1955
M405 109
Mr. and Mrs. Windsor Utley residence lanai addition
10 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 6 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond
Perspective of the lanai addition, plan, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations, electrical and heating plan, plot plan, foundation plan, survey, and a schedule of materials. The survey was completed by Morford & Mowry, Engineers.
January 1956
M405 110
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wallin residence on Pleasure Point Lane, Bellevue, Washington
39 drawings : 6 graphite on trace, 26 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 4 reproduction with graphite on bond
7 sketches : 5 graphite on trace, 2 graphite on vellum
1 document : handwritten notes
Drawings and sketches for the Wallin residence in Bellevue include one perspective drawing signed by Roland Terry, plans, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, electrical plans, and heating plans. Site survey and topographic maps by Ruskin, Fisher & Associates, Engineers, a plot plan, property survey, foundation plan and elevation map.
1958-1959
M405 111
Dr. and Mrs. Frank H. Wanamaker residence, 2238 Waverly Way, Seattle, Washington
28 drawings : 25 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Plans, detail drawings, interior elevations of the kitchen, bedroom, bath, toilet, entrance, and dining room, exterior elevations, section drawings, electrical and heating plans of the basement and first floor, two terrace plans, and one planting plan for the garden by Elizabeth H. Brazeau. Finished drawings have a stamped license signed by Roland Terry.
March 1955 - June 1956
M405 112
Miss Myrtle Warneke residence remodel, 18055 8th Avenue Northwest, Shoreline, Washington
3 drawings : 3 graphite on vellum
Interior elevations and section drawings.
August 3, 1958 - October 28, 1959
Mr. and Mrs. David Whitcomb cottage residence at Woodway Park, Snohomish County, Washington
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M405 113a
Cottage residence
15 drawings : 12 graphite on vellum, 3 reproduction on bond
Foundation plan; plan; exterior elevations; interior elevations of the kitchen, living room, and bedroom; detail drawings of the chimney, fireplace, and lavatory counter; and framing plan. Topographical map and site plan.
April 30, 1953 - July 1, 1953
M405 113b
Alterations
6 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on bond
Alterations to family room, windows, and cabinets at the cottage residence. Drawings include one perspective drawing, plan, detail drawings, and interior elevations.
February 10, 1960 - May 6, 1960
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M405 114
Mrs. Fay Wilson residence, 10003 Vinton Court, Seattle, Washington
13 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 9 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond.
Signed perspective drawing, plot plan, floor plans, interior and exterior elevations, construction and elevation drawings showing the terrace and garden plan, electrical and heating plans, elevation drawing showing revisions to the fireplace, and one topographic map by Morford & Mowry, Engineers.
M405 115
Mrs. Letha Woodley residence alterations, 334 McGilvra Boulevard, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum.
Elevation and section drawing shows alterations to the bath and dining room.
December 16, 1954
M405 116
Mr. and Mrs. C. Bagley Wright residence remodel, 550 36th Avenue North, Seattle, Washington
17 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 11 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 2 reproduction on bond
1 sketch : 1 graphite on vellum
Drawings include one perspective drawing, plans of the kitchen and powder room, ceiling plan, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations, electrical plan, plot plan and exterior changes. Site survey by Morford & Mowry, Engineers.
January 27, 1958 - May 26, 1959
M405 117
Mr. and Mrs. David E. Wyman residence remodeling, 1239 Shenandoah Drive, Hunts Point, Seattle, Washington
10 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 7 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum
2 sketches : 1 graphite on trace, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond
Drawings show remodeling to interior spaces, garage, and driveway. Perspective drawing; plan; exterior elevations; interior elevations of library bookcases, living room fireplace, kitchen, and doors; millwork details.
May 10, 1960 - October 17, 1960
M405 118
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Zahn residence alterations, 8815 Overlake Drive, Medina, Washington
4 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 2 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond
Plans, section drawings, and site survey.
July 1957 - February 1958
M405 119
General and Senora Roberto Moreles Zaragoza country house, San Luis Potosi, Mexico
8 drawings : 7 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace
Drawings relating to the country house of General and Senora Roberto Morelez Zaragoza in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Included in the eight drawings are architectural plans, section drawings, elevation drawings, and one perspective drawing. The project was completed by Roland Terry in 1952 and there is no architectural firm name on these drawings. As such, this project may have been done independently by Roland Terry.
1952

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M405 120
Alexander Rabow Galleries glass shelves, Sutter Street, San Francisco, California
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Elevation and isometric drawing shows the display cabinet frame for glass shelves.
August 7, 1952
M405 120a
Proposed Alied Foods, Inc. lounge alterations at Sea-Tac Airport, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite and color on vellum
Proposed alterations to first floor lounge show a floor plan with seating arrangement.
December 14, 1960
M406 121
Allen, DeGarmo, and Leedy office plan at Northern Life Tower, 1212 Third Avenue, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Proposed plan.
Canlis Restaurants
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M406 122
Canlis Restaurant at Beverly Hilton Hotel, 9876 Wilshire Drive, Beverly Hills, California
30 drawings : 12 graphite on trace, 3 graphite and color on trace, 5 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite and color on vellum, 2 reproduction on bond, 5 reproduction with graphite and color on bond
Drawings include perspectives of the porte-cochere entrance, the orchid walk, and the main dining room; plans of the restaurant and parking layout; plans for the Beverly Hilton Hotel where the restaurant was housed; exterior elevations of the porte-cochere and entrance; interior elevations; and section drawings. One additional plan by Dohrmann Hotel Supply Company shows a preliminary plan for the kitchen.
September 1959 - February 1960
M406 123
Proposed Canlis Restaurant on Montgomery Street, San Francisco, California
13 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 5 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite on bond, 3 reproduction on bond
2 sketches : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace
Inscribed title: Proposed Restaurant in San Francisco for Mr. Peter Canlis.These drawings include a reproduction site plan by Wimberly & Cook, renderings of the interior and exterior, and proposed plans.The designs for this restaurant were never realized for owner Peter Canlis. However, in 1964, a Canlis Restaurant opened in San Francisco at the Fairmont Hotel. Drawings showing this location can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" series under the title" Canlis Restaurant at the Fairmont Hotel." A later remodel that added two banquet dining rooms was completed by Terry & Egan, and drawings pertaining to the remodel can be found in the "Terry & Egan, Nonresidential work" series under the title "Canlis Restaurant at the Fairmont Hotel."
December 2, 1958 - May 17, 1960
M406 124
Proposed Canlis Restaurant at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, East 49th Street, New York, New York
11 drawings : 3 graphite on vellum, 2 reproduction with color on bond, 6 reproduction on bond
Inscribed title: Canlis in the Waldorf.Drawings show the existing site, proposed plans of the dining area, and alterations to the hotel's restrooms.
March 23, 1959 - May 5, 1959
Canlis Broiler at Waikiki Beach, 2100 Kalakaua Avenue, Waikiki, Hawaii
The Canlis Broiler in Waikiki, Hawaii, was a collaboration between Terry & Moore and Wimberly & Cook of Honolulu. Later remodeling was done in 1969 by Roland Terry & Associates with Wimberly, Whisenand, Allison and Tong. Prior to the Canlis Broiler at Waikiki, Terry & Moore had collaborated with Wimberly and Cook for the design of the Canlis Restaurant in Seattle. Records showing this later remodel can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" series under "Canlis Restaurant at Waikiki."The design of the restaurant incorporated Polynesian and Hawaiian motifs, natural materials, and a structure reminiscent of Pacific island architecture. The restaurant housed a large, carved Polynesian god, mosaic and fountain wall, and fish ponds. The restaurant was one of the first Hawaiian-themed restaurants before the concept of themed restaurants became popular. The restaurant later changed names from Canlis Broiler to Canlis Restaurant.
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M406 125a
Canlis Broiler
28 drawings : 15 graphite on trace, 11 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond, 1 brownline with color on impregnated vellum
4 sketches : 4 graphite on trace
Plans, detail drawings, section drawings, renderings, and planing plans for the Canlis Broiler in Waikiki. Renderings show the indoor dining rooms, entryway, bar and cocktail lounge, and ceremonial board. Plans show the banquet room and women's restroom. Section drawings show walls, terrazzo, light fixtures, furniture and seats. Also included are planting and sculpture plans for the outside areas and the indoor landscaped areas.
1953-1954
M406 125b
Additions and alterations
16 drawings : 6 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 6 graphite on vellum, 3 reproduction on bond
5 sketches : 4 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace
Plans, detail drawings, interior elevations, electrical plans, and furniture layout show alterations to the women's powder room and toilet, men's room, coat closets, ceiling plans and the addition of a private dining room with custom designed furnishings at the Canlis Restaurant in Hawaii. Two floor plans by Wimberly, Whisenand, Allison, Tong & Goo are dated 1963.
July 22, 1960 - September 9, 1960
M406 125c
Penthouse
28 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 7 graphite and color on trace, 5 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 10 reproduction on bond
13 sketches : 13 graphite on trace
Interior elevations of the living and dining room, bedroom and dressing room, kitchen, ceiling plan, electrical plan, and preliminary plans for Peter Canlis' penthouse residence in Waikiki. Preliminary plans are by Wimberly & Cook. The penthouse apartment was attached adjacent to the Canlis Restaurant.
circa 1961
Canlis Restaurant, 2676 Aurora Avenue North, Seattle, Washington
Alternate title: Peter Canlis' Charcoal Broiler.Canlis Restaurant was designed and built by Tucker, Shields & Terry in collaboration with the Honolulu architectural firm of Wimberly and Cook, 1949-1951. The building was then renovated by Tucker and Shields in 1953 after Terry left the firm; the design was revamped by Terry & Moore in 1958 and later updated during the mid-1990s by Northwest architect James Cutler.Records of additions in 1953-1955 and 1956-1958 as well as the addition of Peter Canlis' private office were completed by Terry & Moore and are included in this series. Later alterations made by Roland Terry & Associates, 1966-1968 can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" series.
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M406 126a
Additions and alterations
21 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 1 brownline on bond, 14 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 3 reproduction on bond
1 sketch : 1 graphite on trace
Drawings show a proposed dining room extension and the addition of a broiler. Included in these drawings is a signed perspective of the proposed extension, plans, interior elevations, detail and section drawings, a schedule of upholstery materials, and a layout of the telephone conduit. Plans show the broiler, new lounge, lounge seating, and coat room enlargement. Interior elevations show the wine cabinet, dining room and broiler, display case, and coat room screen. Detail drawings show the custom lighting fixtures and candelabras. Most plans feature a provision for Peter Canlis' office attached to the restaurant
June 12, 1953 - August 1, 1955
M406 126b
Additions
55 drawings : 7 graphite on trace, 38 graphite on vellum, 3 brownline with graphite on vellum, 5 reproduction on bond, 2 ink on bond
Signed perspective drawing, plot plan, basement plans, elevations, plumbing and electrical plans, and one topographic map by Gardner & Hitchings. Drawings show alterations to the ladies' powder room and the entryway and stairways, lanai extension, and refurnishing plans. Elevations include interior elevations of the handrail, wine racks, service station, stairs, and one exterior elevation of the restaurant with the lanai addition. Detail drawings show the windows, entryways, cabinets, and wine room. Two oversize reproductions show the Canlis logo as it would have appeared on the piano in the bar.
October 1956 - February 6, 1958
M406 126c
Peter Canlis' office alterations
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Plan shows tables and furniture arrangement for Peter Canlis' private office at the Canlis restaurant. The office was a later addition to the Canlis Restaurant. Drawings showing the location of the office are included in Terry's 1953-1956 alterations.
December 12, 1957
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M406 127
Proposed Carl F. Miller Company property development, Seattle, Washington
2 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum
Site plans show the proposed development at Block 254 in the Seattle Tidelands.
January 31, 1956
M406 128
Christiania Restaurant, Walnut Avenue North, Ketchum, Idaho
Alternate name: Blue Horse Restaurant.Alternate name: Blue Flame Restaurant.
41 drawings : 8 graphite on trace, 24 graphite on vellum, 4 graphite on gridded vellum, 5 graphite on brownline on impregnated vellum
4 sketches : 2 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on bond
Drawings and sketches include three perspective drawings, plot plans, plans, elevation drawings, framing and shelving details, fireplace section, furniture layout plan, mechanical plans, and electrical plans with schedule. Schedules include a room finish and painting schedule and door schedule. Also included is a roof framing plan with details. Specifications. Perspective drawings also refer to the restaurant as the"Blue Horse Restaurant" and the "Blue Flame Restaurant."
February 1959 - January 1960
Clark's Bellevue Restaurant, Bellevue, Washington
Alternate title: Crabapple Restaurant.Terry & Moore designed Clark's Bellevue Restaurant for Walter Clark in 1955. Terry also completed later additions and alterations, adding a banquet room in 1959. Terry designed a number of interior spaces for restaurateur Walter Clark and his business, Clark's Enterprises, which operated a number of restaurants throughout Seattle.The restaurant was later known by the name Crabapple Restaurant, and one later project showing alterations to the seating plan and dining rooms is included in the Roland Terry Architectural Drawings in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" series under the title "Crabapple Restaurant, Alterations."
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M406 129a
Clark's Bellevue Restaurant
44 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 33 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on vellum, 3 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Three signed perspective drawings, plans, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, detail drawings, electrical and mechanical plans, and schedules for Walter Clark's Bellevue Restaurant. Interior elevations show the dining room, bathrooms, and entry. Detail drawings show dining tables, draperies, and the bar and lounge. Kitchen and plumbing fixture schedule. Also included are one plot plan, foundation plan, plan of the terrace addition, and detail drawings of the planters. Site plan. Three drawings by Stern & Towne.
May 18, 1955 - December 23, 1955
M406 129b
Additions and alterations
11 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 5 graphite on vellum, 4 blueline reproduction on bond
Plans, section drawings, electrical plans, ceiling plans, and furnishing plans show the addition of banquet rooms.
May 20, 1959 - October 3, 1960
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Missing 130
Proposed Clark's Restaurant at Northgate, Seattle, Washington
2 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum
Alternate title: Northgate Plaza Restaurant.Plans for the proposed Clark's Restaurant in the Northgate suburb of Seattle. Terry designed a number of interior spaces for restaurateur Walter Clark and his business, Clark's Enterprises, which operated a number of restaurants throughout Seattle.
December, 1956 - March, 1957
M406 131
Proposed Clark's Snack Bar at the Medical Dental Building, Seattle, Washington
3 drawings : 1 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite on trace
Plans for the proposed Clark's Snack Bar include a second floor plan of the Medical Dental Building showing the proposed snack bar, stairwell, and elevator lobby. Terry designed a number of interior spaces for restaurateur Walter Clark and his business, Clark's Enterprises, which operated a number of restaurants throughout Seattle.
January 21, 1957 - June 1, 1957
M406 132
Club 19 Drive-in Restaurant at 20th Avenue Northeast and Bothell Way, Seattle, Washington
26 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 1 color on trace, 14 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum, 6 reproduction on bond
14 sketches : 3 graphite on trace, 11 graphite and color on trace [signs]
25 pages of text
Inscribed title: Drive-in Restaurant for M. Lester Graham.Drawings, sketches, and twenty-five pages of text relating to W. Lester Graham's Club 19 Drive-in Restaurant. Included in these drawings are perspectives, plans, detail drawings, interior elevations, electrical plans, mechanical plans, plumbing plan, roof framing plan plan, furniture plans, and eleven renderings and sketches of the restaurant's sign. Site plan.
June 1, 1960 - December 12, 1960
M406 133
Store Building for Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Cole, 616 Pine Street, Seattle, Washington
2 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum
Plan and section drawings for the store's retail sales space on the building's basement level, street level, and second floor.
May 31, 1952
M406 134
Proposed Corona Coffee Company alterations, 621 Western Avenue, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Plan with elevation and section drawings for alterations to the Corona Coffee Company's interior space.
February 17, 1955
M406 135
Crissey Store remodel, 1329 Fifth Avenue, Seattle, Washington
36 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 31 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on gridded vellum, 3 reproduction bond
2 sketches : 2 graphite on bond
These records show the extensive remodeling done to the Crissey Store in downtown Seattle. These records include one signed perspective; elevation drawings of the proposed store front; plans and elevations showing the remodeled retail and work spaces; elevations of the exterior sign; elevations and detail drawings of features including window shades, entry and conference room doors, display cases, and bookshelves; three site plans of the White Henry Stuart Building by University Properties and Naramore, Bain, Brady & Johanson, Architects. Preliminary drawings. One drawing dated September 6, 1963 is included with this project as it shows later alterations to the floor plan, lobby, and display cases at this store location.Additional records for the Crissey Flower Shop relating to the store's later location at 2100 5th Avenue can be found in the series, "Terry & Egan, Nonresidential work". Two additional projects in the Roland Terry Architectural Drawings relate to James Crissey and the alterations done to his residence in 1955. These records can be found in the "Terry & Moore, Residential work" series.
January 26, 1955 - October 13, 1955; September 6, 1963
M407 136
Dublin House Restaurant, 321 Union Street, Seattle, Washington
35 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 25 graphite on vellum, 5 brownline on impregnated vellum, 3 photographic reproductions
41 sketches : 36 graphite on trace, 4 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on bond
Drawings and sketches show plans for the Dublin House Restaurant at the Washington Building in downtown Seattle. The Dublin House Restaurant was part of Clark Enterprises' (then operating as the Clark-Kunzl Company) chain of restaurants. The interior design for Dublin House was intended to re-create the feeling of an Irish pub in an upscale dining room through the use of space, vibrant colors, and the careful arrangement of antiques purchased abroad. Terry designed a number of interior spaces for restaurateur Walter Clark, each with a unique theme. Drawings for the Dublin House Restaurant in Portland, Oregon, are also housed in the Roland Terry Architectural Drawings and can be found in the Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work series under the title "Dublin House Restaurant."
September 1959 - December 1959
M407 137
El Gaucho restaurant entrance alterations, 7th Avenue and Olive Way, Seattle, Washington
3 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 1 reproduction with color on bond
Alterations to the entrance of El Gaucho restaurant.
March 3, 1955 - August 17, 1955
M407 138
Encore Restaurant remodel, 512 Southwest Broadway, Portland, Oregon
Inscribed project title: Remodeling for Hilaire's 'Encore' Restaurant.
36 drawings : 31 graphite on vellum, 4 graphite on trace, 1 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum
Drawings for Hilaire's Encore Restaurant, located at the intersection of Southwest Broadway and Southwest Washington Street in downtown Portland, Oregon. Plan, interior and exterior elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, electrical plans, furniture drawings, and specifications.
May 19, 1959 - September 22, 1959
M407 139
Gladmark Incorporated office-warehouse building, 1453-1463 Northlake Way North, Seattle, Washington
18 drawings : 17 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Drawings relate to the office-warehouse building constructed on Seattle's Lake Union near Gasworks Park. Drawings show the plot plan, floor plans, exterior elevations, heating and ventilation plans, electrical plans, proposed interior arrangements, and mechanical and structural plans.
January 5, 1955 - March 17, 1955
M407 140
Harms Pacific Transportation Company building
6 drawings : 4 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond
Drawings show a preliminary plan, plot plan, foundation plan, floor plans, roof framing plan, sections, electrical plan, detail drawings and elevations of a typical wall section, and a mechanical plan.
May 18, 1960 - August 8, 1960
M407 141
Mr. Fred Haslund's proposed office building and warehouse, 200 West Hanford Street, Seattle, Washington
Alternate project name: Seattle Transfer Company.
3 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 2 graphite on vellum
Drawings show a proposed office building and warehouse at the intersection of Hanford Street and East Marginal Way in Seattle. These three drawings include one perspective drawing showing the building with company name Seattle Transfer Company.
October 1953 - November 1953
M407 141a
Hilton Inn Restaurant, Seattle, Washington
1 folder : approximately 28 drawings.
Note: This project is unprocessed.
Drawings show the restaurant at the Hilton Inn in Seattle, Washington.
October 5, 1959 - May 7, 1961
M407 142
The Islander Restaurant remodel at the Perkins Building, 11th Street, Tacoma, Washington
20 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 5 graphite on vellum, 4 reproduction on bond, 2 reproduction with graphite on bond, 4 reproduction with color and graphite on bond, 3 blueprint, 1 photostat print
Plans, elevation drawings, detail drawings, and section drawings show remodeling to the Islander Restaurant. The restaurant was one of many interior spaces that Terry designed for restaurateur Walter Clark.
March 1959 - August 1959
M407 143
Japan Air Lines ticket office, 1302 Fourth Avenue, Seattle, Washington
21 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 15 graphite on vellum, 3 brownline on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Drawings show the interior plan of the Japan Air Lines ticket office. Included in these drawings are a signed perspective drawing, floor plans with alternatives, exterior elevations, entrance elevation, detail drawings, section drawings, and electrical plan. Elevations and detail drawings show the lettering of the Japan Airlines insignia and sign as well as interior furnishings such as the desk, seats, and screen. Also included is a site plan from University Properties and Naramore, Bain, Brady & Johanson.Terry & Moore designed the downtown Seattle Japan Airlines Ticket Office during the late 1950s. In designing the building's interior space, Terry emphasized the minimalism found in Japanese architecture.
February 27, 1959 - October 14, 1960
Missing 144
Jean Kilgore's office at Washington Tower, Seattle, Washington
13 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 1 color on trace, 4 graphite on vellum, 6 reproduction on bond
Plans; elevations; detail drawings of cabinets, paper rack, lights, and entrance screen; and electrical drawings. Also included are five reproductions of millwork supplied by Tacoma Millwork Supply.
January 23, 1960 - October 6, 1960
M407 145
Proposed Henry Kotkins' office building, Denny Way at Broad Street, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Plan.
June 22, 1955
M407 146
The Dining Terrace at Lakewood Center Restaurant, Tacoma, Washington
22 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 17 graphite on vellum, 3 brownline on impregnated vellum
Two perspectives of the dining room, plans, elevation drawings, section drawings, detail drawings, electrical plans, and one schedule of materials.
1957-1958
M407 147
Les Teagle's Restaurant remodel, Aurora Avenue between Ward Street and Aloha Street, Seattle, Washington
14 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 6 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 brownline with graphite and color on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond, 4 blueprints
2 sketches : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum
Plans, detail drawings, interior elevations, exterior elevations, section drawings, heating plan, one site survey by Morford & Mowry, Engineers and four blueprints of the original design by Raymond H. Peck.
December 9, 1959 - January 12, 1960
M407 148
Little City Farms, 35th Avenue Southwest, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on paper
Site plan shows lots 8-19 in Block 28 of the Little City Farms Division Number 4. It is unknown which project this belongs to.
October 28, 1960
M407 149
Proposed Lynnwood Business Center second floor, Lynnwood, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Plan shows the proposed second floor of the Lynnwood Business Center.
August 8, 1958
M407 150
Don McAusland's retail store and office building, Bellevue, Washington
4 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 2 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on vellum
Drawings include one signed perspective, plan, and elevations.
July 1958
M408 151
New Washington Hotel alterations, Second Avenue and Stewart Street, Seattle, Washington
Alternate name: Josephinum Hotel.Alternate name: Hotel New Washington.
35 drawings : 9 graphite on trace, 18 graphite on vellum, 2 color on vellum, 2 graphite on bond, 1 color on bond, 2 blueprint, 1 reproduction on vellum
Perspective drawings, architectural plans, elevation drawings, section drawings, detail drawings, electrical plans, and schedules of materials.
September 28, 1956 - May 24, 1956
M408 152
Northgate Apartments alterations, Northgate Way and 3rd Avenue Northeast, Seattle, Washington
33 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 6 graphite and color on trace, 6 graphite on vellum, 4 reproduction with color on bond, 16 brownline on impregnated vellum
2 sketches : 2 graphite on trace
1 document
Inscribed title: Alterations to Building No. 33, Northgate ApartmentsPerspective drawing, plans, exterior elevations of alterations to Building 33 at the Northgate Apartments. Also included in these drawings are one handwritten budget and sixteen drawings by John Graham, Jr. for the original 1950 FHA housing structure, then known as Northgate Center. This project spanned two firms and some drawings are marked with the Roland Terry & Associates title block.
August 11, 1960 - March 7, 1961
M408 153
Obzina property development proposal, East 32nd Street, Seattle, Washington
4 drawings : 3 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Drawings of proposed property development on Lake Washington in the Laurelhurst neighborhood of Seattle. Included in these drawings are a property survey and development proposals. Topographic map by Morford & Mowry, Engineers.
October 2, 1956 - December 11, 1956
M408 154
Proposed office at the Preferred Insurance Company building, First Avenue North and Harrison Street, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Plan for a proposed office.
July 21, 1955
Red Carpet Restaurant, Fifth Avenue at Westlake Avenue, Seattle, Washington
The Red Carpet Restaurant in downtown Seattle was the second restaurant Terry designed for Walter Clark of Clark's Enterprises. Terry designed a number of interior spaces for restaurateur Walter Clark. This design transformed a coffee-shop into one of Seattle's first upscale restaurants, and is particularly noted for its custom wine racks and original mural against the back wall, a collage of visually-appealing menus. The first project listed describes earlier records of the same site under the name "Clark's Fifth Avenue Restaurant", while the second project describes records pertaining to the later addition under the name "Red Carpet Restaurant."
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M408 155a
Clark's Fifth Avenue Restaurant alterations and additions
Alternate title: Clark's "Provincial" restaurant on Fifth Avenue.
19 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 11 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and ink on vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with color on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond
Drawings include perspective drawings of the interior of the dining room, two differing exterior views of the entrance; floor plan showing the existing layout and proposed alterations, bar plan, and the Medical Dental Building lobby; exterior elevations of windows; interior elevations of back bar, coffee room, dining room, foyer, lounge, kitchen, cashier's counter, women's lavatory; detail drawings of windows and doors, wooden beams, suspended ceiling, wine rack, lunch counter, hostess station, and bar; electrical plan, heating duct plan, ventilation and air conditioning plans; section drawing of bench seating and liquor display; and design of the entrance mat.
February 24, 1956 - June 1, 1956
M408 155b
Addditions
19 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 1 graphite with color on trace, 14 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum
2 sketches : 1 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on trace
Drawings show additions and alterations to the Red Carpet Restaurant that extended Clark's Fifth Avenue Restaurant to the north, adding approximately thirty percent more floor space, alterations to the existing partitions within the restaurant, remodeling for the women's lounge and lavatory, and well as the addition of a piano bar. Drawings include a perspective drawing of the dining room interior; floor plan of the addition, seating plan, reflected ceiling plan, and carpet plan; plot plan of the building; exterior elevations of both the existing resataurant and the new addition on Westlake and 5th Avenues; interior elevations of the added walls, wine room, women's lounge and lavatory; detail drawings of doll case and bench seat; electrical plan of the first floor.
October 14, 1957 - January 15, 1959
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M408 156
Proposed Shoji Casino at River House, Reno, Nevada
6 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 2 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on vellum
Perspective drawing, plan, and elevations.
May 1957
M408 157
Office and warehouse building on Lake Union for Mr. Sam Rubinstein, Seattle, Washington
10 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 6 graphite on vellum
Plot plan, plan, and exterior elevations.
September 1954 - October 1954
M408 158
Proposed Florence Beach Terry memorial altar at St. Marks Cathedral, 1245 10th Avenue East, Seattle, Washington
3 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum
Three elevations and blocking details for the Florence Beach Terry Memorial Altar at Bloedell Hall, St. Mark's Cathedral in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle.
August 6, 1959 - August 9, 1959
M408 159
St. Thomas Episcopal Church parish hall addition, Northeast 12th Street, Medina, Washington
19 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 15 graphite on vellum
2 sketches : 2 graphite on bond
Drawings and sketches show the addition of the parish hall at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in the Medina neighborhood outside of Seattle. Included in these drawings are one perspective, floor plans, elevation drawings, section drawings, detail drawings, diagrams, schedules, electrical plans, sketches, and a bidding tabulation.
1953-1955
M408 160
Sando Store, Pacific Highway South at South 144th Street, Seattle, Washington
24 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 18 graphite on vellum, 2 reproduction on bond
Inscribed project title: Market Building for Mr. Paul Sando.Drawings show the Sando Store, also referred to as the Market Building for Mr. Paul Sando. Drawings include one perspective, plans, foundation plan, section drawings, detail drawings, plumbing plans, electrical plan with detail, and a detail drawing of the tile pattern. Two reproduction drawings by Belknap Glass Company show the doors and windows. Drawing set is numbered 1-8, however, drawing 6 is missing.
February 3, 1954 - July 1, 1954
M408 161
Sanky's Gift Shop at the Washington Building, 4th Avenue at Union Street, Seattle, Washington
49 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 19 graphite and color on trace, 14 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline on vellum, 5 graphite and color on bond, 4 reproduction on bond, 1 color on reproduction, 2 ink on reproduction
Inscribed project title: A Gift Shop for Miss Jo Lynn.Architectural and electrical drawings for a small gift shop in the Washington Building in downtown Seattle. Drawings include one perspective drawing, plans and elevations of the location and storefront, electrical plan and layout, elevations and plan for store fixtures by the Seattle Store Fixture Company and Tercer Aluminum Corporation, elevations of the cabinet design, and nineteen drawings of the logo and sign. An alternate project title, "A Gift Shop for Miss Jo Lynn," appears at the top of some drawings.
July 17, 1959 - April 20, 1960
M408 162
Salsbury Store storefront remodel, 412 University Street, Seattle, Washington
10 drawings : 10 graphite on vellum
2 sketches : 2 graphite on vellum
Alternate project title: Allen Vance Salsbury Shop.Drawings and sketches show the Salsbury Store's storefront remodeling. The store was located in the University District of Seattle. Drawings include a plan and elevation of the storefront, a garden court plan with elevations, a plan of the existing shop, elevations of the exterior of the store from the street, section drawings of the gates, and detail drawings of the display niche, doors, and windows.
January 5, 1955 - February 4, 1955
Seattle Decorative Center, 1707 Olive Way East, Seattle, Washington
See: Siegel Building.
Seattle Transfer Company, 200 West Hanford Street, Seattle, Washington
See: Mr. Fred Haslund's proposed office building and warehouse.
Siegel Building, 1707 Olive Way East, Seattle, Washington
Alternate title: Seattle Decorative Center.Terry referred to the Siegel Building as the Siegel Furniture Building, Siegel Store, and the Seattle Decorative Center. The original design was completed by Roland Terry while he was operating as Terry & Moore, however, Terry completed later additions and alterations to the building while operating as Roland Terry & Associates; records relating to this work can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" series. In addition to this design, Terry also designed the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Siegel, which can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Residential work" series.
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M408 163a
Frame store building for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Siegel
23 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 16 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 blueprint
Drawings include a plot plan, first floor plan, framing plan with details, and plans for parking and planting; interior elevations of the basement floor; concrete wall with footing details; millwork details; building section; and plumbing and heating plans.
June 25, 1956 - July 15, 1957
M408 163b
Proposed apartment
3 drawings : 3 graphite on vellum
Plans show a proposed apartment unit on the second floor of the Siegel building.
July 8, 1958
M408 163c
Fire stairway addition
4 drawings : 4 graphite on vellum
Inscribed title: A new fire enclosed stairway for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Siegel.Drawings include a plot plan, first floor plan, basement plan, and section drawing showing a new fire stairway; additional design drawings show cabinets and display cases.
January 14, 1959 - February 4, 1959
Box
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Additions and alterations
1 roll : approximately 28 drawings and sketches
Note: This project is unprocessed.
Drawings show changes to the ground floor and the addition of a second floor in the Siegel Building.
1960-1962
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M409 164
Skyway Luggage additions and alterations, 10 Wall Street, Seattle, Washington
19 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 13 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on vellum, 2 reproduction on coated paper
Plans, interior elevations, building sections, and framing details show additions and alterations to the Skyway Luggage store. Drawings include two alternate office layouts by Ernst & Ernst. Also included is one drawing showing the clock on the outside sign and a plan.
January 1956 - March 1956
M409 165
Restaurant remodeling for Mr. John Swan, 740 St. Helens Avenue, Tacoma, Washington
7 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 4 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum
1 sketch : 1 graphite on trace
Drawings show alterations for John Swan's restaurant at the Rhodes Medical Arts Building in Tacoma, Washington. Included in these drawings are one perspective drawing, plan, detail drawings, section drawing, and specifications. The name of the restaurant cannot be determined from the drawings.
Terry & Moore Architects
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M409 166
Office alterations at the Northern Life Tower, 1212 Third Avenue, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite and color on vellum
Drawing shows the space plan and elevations for Terry & Moore's office, numbered 1619-1621 at the Northern Life Tower.
November 12, 1953
M409 167
Residence and office alterations, 803 East Prospect Street, Seattle, Washington
10 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 8 graphite on vellum
1 sketch : 1 graphite on vellum
Drawings show alterations made to the building at 803 E. Prospect Street that housed Roland Terry's residence and the office for Terry & Moore. Drawings relating to the residence include elevations and detail drawings of the cabinetry, master bedroom remodel, breakfast room remodel, and back porch casework. Drawings relating to the office include the office cabinetry and custom furniture designs that include a typewriter table, drafting and layout tables, sign design, elevations and section drawings of planter boxes.
June 24, 1956 - October 15, 1959
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M409 168
Trident Club in the Norton Building, 801 Second Avenue, Seattle, Washington
6 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and ink on trace, 1 graphite and color on bond, 3 brownline on impregnated vellum
Drawings for the Trident Club at the Norton Building, located at the intersection of 2nd Avenue and Columbia Street in downtown Seattle, include one perspective initialed by Roland Terry and multiple floor plans.
March 1959
Washington Athletic Club, 1325 Sixth Avenue, Seattle, Washington
The Washington Athletic Club (WAC), located at the corner of Sixth Avenue and Union Street in downtown Seattle, was founded in 1930. After World War II, the WAC substantially expanded and remodeled its facilities during the 1950s and 1960s. Some projects identified from Terry's later firm have been listed with the Washington Athletic Club records in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" series.
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M409 169a
Remodeling
51 drawings : 7 graphite on trace, 31 graphite on vellum, 3 brownline with graphite on vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 2 brownline with color on impregnated vellum, 2 reproduction on bond, 2 reproduction with graphite on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite and color on bond, 1 graphite on vellum taped to reproduction on bond
These drawings relate to remodeling work undertaken in 1959 that was mostly aimed at demolition of existing walls for later remodeling, and substantial remodeling to the first and second floor restaurant and public areas. Drawings include a site plan, multiple floor plans, interior elevations, detail drawings, mechanical and electrical plans, and schedules. Plans include a site plan; interior demolition plan; and floor plans of the first floor men's lounge, second floor, Rio Room, and Rio Room seating; and reflected ceiling plans of first and second floors. Interior elevations of the men's lounge, Rio Room, kitchen, bar, arcade, elevator lobby, and women's lounge. Detail drawings of windows, banquette, tables, bandstand, dance floor, canopy, screens, wine display, handrails, bar, and service stations. Electrical and mechnical drawings show piping diagrams and mechanical plans of the basement, first floor, second floor, air conditioning units, kitchen and service equipment.
February 3, 1959 - April 22, 1959
M409 169b
Mens' lounge remodel
24 drawings : 11 graphite on trace, 10 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond, 2 reproduction with color on bond
1 sketch : 1 graphite and color on trace
These drawings show the mens' lounge remodeling and include plans, interior elevations, detail drawings, electrical and mechanical plans. Plans show the floor and carpet plan, lounge seating plan, and reflected ceiling plan. Interior elevations of all four walls and window shutters. Detail drawings of millwork. Custom table design.
October 12, 1959 - July 9, 1960
M409 169c
Rio Room remodel
24 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 16 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite and color on vellum, 2 graphite on gridded vellum,1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum
2 sketches : 2 graphite on trace
2 documents : 2 graphite on bond
These drawings include multiple plans, interior elevations, detail and section drawings, furniture designs, electrical and mechanical drawings that show remodeling to the Rio Room dining room, dance floor, bar, and buffet. Plans include a partial second floor plan showing bar, dance floor, two dining rooms, buffet, foyer, elevator lobby, and women's lounge; seating plan; bar plan; carpet plan; demolition plan; and reflected ceiling plan. Interior elevations of lobby, buffet, and service stations. Detail drawings of millwork, buffet screen, bar, refrigerator, entrance details, and banquette. Custom furniture designs of bar, maitre'd stands, piano bar, dining room chairs, and wine display cabinets. Schedules include door and finish schedule, painting schedule, and fixture schedule.
October 12, 1959 - July 9, 1960
M409 169d
Additions and alterations
3 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 1 photostat print
Three miscellaneous drawings address other additions and alterations undertaken by Terry & Moore. Plans show a proposed remodel with bar, dance floor, and seating; and updates to the library textiles and furnishings. Photostat reproduction print shows the Union Street elevation of the Washington Athletic Club by Sherwood D. Ford, Architect, and Don M. Clippinger, Associate, drawn in 1929.
June 23, 1959 - September 2, 1960
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M409 170
Western Skagit Timber Company office at the Northern Life Tower, 1212 Third Avenue, Seattle, Washington
3 drawings : 3 graphite on vellum
Drawings show the plan and detail drawings of the office space, and elevation and section drawings of features in the reception room. The office was located on the 13th floor of the Northern Life Tower in downtown Seattle.
December 10, 1954 - December 14, 1954
M409 171
Proposed Whitney and Company rental offices, 1455 Northlake Place, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Plan and section drawings of the proposed office.
June 16, 1959
M409 172
Kalua Room Restaurant at the Windsor Hotel, Sixth Avenue at Union Street, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Plan for the Kalua Room Restaurant at the Windsor Hotel.
May 1, 1958
M409 173
Zener Lakeside Frozen Food Lockers alterations, Seattle, Washington
3 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Drawings showing alterations to the Zener Frozen Food Lockers include one perspective drawing and two floor plans.
March 1953

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M409 174
Proposed John Barron apartment residence at Inglewood Towers, Kenmore, Washington
8 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 6 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite on gridded vellum
Floor plan of main floor, upper floor and deck; detail drawings of windows and jambs.
February 14, 1963
Mrs. William Blethen and Mrs. Peter Canlis' Kahala Beach apartment, Honolulu, Hawaii
See: Mrs. Peter Canlis and Mrs. William Blethen, Kahala Beach Apartment.
October 11, 1966 - March 1967
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M409 175
Mr. and Mrs. David Cohn residence, Mercer Island, Washington
37 drawings : 7 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 24 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 2 ink on bond
43 sketches : 36 graphite on trace, 5 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite and ink on bond, 1 graphite on bond
Drawings for the Cohn residence include one proposed plan, perspective drawings, plans, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, site plan, electrical plan, mechanical plans, framing plan, and site survey.Additional records relating to Mr. David Cohn can be found in the Roland Terry Architectural Drawings. Terry designed a number of spaces for David Cohn's restaurant chain, King George Restaurants, and records for these projects can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Commercial Work" series.
1963
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Culter residence at Glendalough Place, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
The Culter residence at Glendalough Place was a collaborative project between Roland Terry and Canadian architect Richard Hale. The 3600 square foot rambler was known for its creative use of glass, skylights, windows, and other architectural features that connected the interior spaces of the house to the outside. This residence was designed in partnership with architect Richard Hale of Vancouver, British Columbia.Terry later designed two residences for Mr. and Mrs. Culter, one at Hood Point and a penthouse apartment residence in Vancouver. These drawings can be found in the Roland Terry Architectural Drawings in the series "Terry & Egan, Residential work."
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M410 176a
Alterations
9 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 7 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Plans; interior elevations of the children's bedroom, powder room, and kitchen; casework sections; furnishing plans and designs for the hall table and bench, study room desk, and ottoman.
December 2, 1954 - September 12, 1955
M410 176b
Additions
9 drawings : 9 graphite on vellum
Project records show additions and alterations to the interior of the residence in 1958. Drawings include plans and living room plan, detail drawings of doors, interior elevations of cabinetry, and furniture designs for side tables, dressing table, and trundle beds.
February 3, 1958 - October 14, 1958
M410 176c
Additions
28 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 21 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum
3 sketches : 1 graphite on trace, 2 graphite on paper
Project records show additions made from 1961 to 1962. These drawings include plans, interior and elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, electrical and heating plans, finish schedules, furniture designs, site plans, and topographic maps. Plans include the foundation plan, terrace plan, and alternate floor plans. Exterior elevations include an elevation of the interior courtyard. Interior elevations show the kitchen, utility room, dressing room, bedrooms, and bath. Detail and section drawings show millwork and fireplace mantle. Furniture designs for the bookcase, coffee table, living room chair, nesting tables are also included. Some drawings were created in 1958 and revised in 1962 and have been included in these records.
May 1, 1961 - May 16, 1962
M410 176d
Fret screen panel alterations
3 drawings : 3 graphite on trace
1967
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M410 177
Inglewood Crest and Quinault Estates entrance gate design for John P. Barron, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on bond
Inscribed title: Entrance Gate Designs for Mr. John P. Barron.Plan with elevation and section drawings shows two separate designs for the entrance gates at Inglewood Crest and the totem pole entrance gates at Quinault Estates.
September 7, 1962
M410 178
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Bidstrup residence additions, 6141 East Calle del Norte, Phoenix, Arizona
16 drawings : 13 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 1 color on bond
Plans, interior elevations, section drawings, detail drawings, multiple furnishing plans, swimming and pool plan. Electrical plans. Site plan.
December 17, 1969 - January 2, 1974
M410 179
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Brooks residence, 1729 Northeast 56th Street, Seattle, Washington
29 drawings : 26 graphite on trace, 3 graphite on vellum
24 sketches : 24 graphite on trace
Drawings and sketches for the residence of Richard and Grace Brooks and include three perspective drawings, site plans, plans, elevation drawings, and section drawings. Architect George Wallace worked with Terry on this project.
1963-1964
M410 180
Peter Canlis apartment residence, Seattle, Washington
23 drawings : 1 ink and color on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 6 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite and color on vellum, 4 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 3 brownline on vellum, 3 reproduction on bond
Drawings for the apartment residence of Peter Canlis include plans; plot plans; interior elevations of the living room, dining room, entry, kitchen, bathrooms, dressing room and den; detail and section drawings of cabinets, mirrors, shelves, catwalk, and skylight; kitchen tile plan; furniture designs; and electrical plan with schedule.
June 11, 1973 - March 11, 1974
M410 181
Mrs. Peter Canlis and Mrs. William Blethen Kahala Beach apartment furniture, Honolulu, Hawaii
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Inscribed title: The Kahala Beach Apartment for Mrs. Peter Canlis and Mrs. William Blethen.Furnishing plan for the beach apartment for Mrs. Peter Canlis and Mrs. William Blethen.Terry designed residences for both of these women: the Peter Canlis residence can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Residential work" series under the title "Mr. and Mrs. Peter Canlis residence."; the residence for Mr. and Mrs. William Blethen can be found in the "Terry & Moore, Residential work" series under the title "Mr. and Mrs. William K. Blethen residence." Mrs. William Blethen was also known by her previous married name, Mrs. Kenneth Schoenfeld.
October 11, 1966 - March 1967
M410 182
Country House atop Mount Dallas, San Juan Island, Washington
3 drawings : 2 brownline on vellum, 1 brownline with color on vellum
Perspective drawings with reproduction.
April 10, 1987
M410 183
Mr. and Mrs. T. Dayton Davies residence in The Highlands, Highland Road and Huckleberry Lane, Seattle, Washington
34 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 15 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite on gridded vellum, 9 brownline on impregnated vellum, 3 graphite and color on bond
1 sketch : 1 graphite on vellum
Perspective drawing, site and plot plans, floor plans, detail drawings, elevation drawings, section drawings, mechanical and electrical plans, topographic maps, and schedules. Specifications.
December 1965 - March 1967
M410 184
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Everett, Jr. residence, Northeast 2nd Street, Medina, Washington
20 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 14 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on gridded vellum, 3 brownline on impregnated vellum
Plot plan; site plans; basement and foundation plans; floor plans; interior and exterior elevations; detail drawings of the doors, windows, and cabinets; mechanical plan; electrical plan with schedule; plan of the entrance drive and parking area; and an elevation drawing showing suggested future additions to the residence. Specifications.
March 17, 1961 - December 7, 1962
M410 185
Mr. and Mrs. Otis B. Harlan residence on Neil Bay Drive, San Juan Island, Washington
49 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 5 graphite on vellum, 34 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 4 ink on bond
Perspective drawing, plot plans, floor plans, detail drawings, elevation drawings, section drawings, electrical and mechanical plans, schedule, and four topographic maps by Dorothy Hassah.
March 1967 - November 1968
John and Anne Gould Hauberg Properties
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M410 186
Proposed country museum at Victoria Heights, 316th Street Northwest, Stanwood, Washington
16 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 1 color on trace,1 graphite and color on vellum, 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 4 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
6 sketches : 5 graphite and color on trace, 1 ink on yellow notebook paper
Perspective drawings of the interior and exterior of the museum, floor plans with sketches of alternate plans, multiple exterior elevations, section drawings, topographical maps, and one site plan by the Cascade Surveying Association. Working drawings show a modular system used to design the museum. The Haubergs were avid collectors and patrons of Northwest art and had a significant collection of art. This proposed museum was designed to showcase their collection.
1970
Country residence, Country Club Road, Bainbridge Island, Washington
Terry designed the Haubergs' country residence from 1956-1957 while operating as Terry & Moore. More drawings relating to the residence (and other Hauberg properties) can be found in the "Terry & Moore, Residential work" series.
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M410 187a
Cabinetry remodel
2 drawings : 2 graphite on trace
Drawings provide a plan, elevation, and details of cabinetry remodeling in the dining room and gallery.
June 19, 1963
M410 187b
Cabana, pool, and longhouse additions
29 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 10 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 3 brownline on impregnated vellum, 5 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite and color on bond
1 sketch : 1 graphite on trace
Inscribed title: Cabana, pool, garden, and studio for Anne.Drawings show the addition of a cabana, pool, longhouse, custom furnishings, and studio for Anne Gould Hauberg. Drawings include a signed perspective drawing; sketched plan; multiple landscaping plans; plot plan and pool development design; custom furniture designs and plan; elevation and plan for the Kwakiutl Long House building; section drawings of a translucent roof and balcony overhang; and roof panel design. Drawings pertaining to the studio include a studio foundation plan, detail drawings of studio casework, interior elevation of the studio wall, and exterior elevations of the pool, cabana, and studio. Terry later designed a custom pool cover for the residence; the design can be found in the "Terry & Egan, Residential work" series.
February 19, 1965 - March 3, 1967
M410 187c
Proposed dog kennel
4 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 2 graphite on vellum
Multiple plans show the grounds with proposed kennel. Exterior elevation and section drawing shows the fence around the kennel.
October 30, 1969 - December 17, 1969
Town home residence, 1101 McGilvra Boulevard East, Seattle, Washington
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M410 188a
Rug design
5 drawings : 5 graphite on trace
Custom rug designs for the living room and bar.
February 25, 1966
M410 188b
Cabinetry and wine room remodel
11 drawings : 2 sketches
Drawings include a reflected ceiling plan; interior elevations of cabinetry, stair hall cabinet, casework remodeling, stereo housing, and garden room casework; detail drawings of cabinetry and garage door. Also included are design drawings with plan, elevations, and detail drawings for remodeling the wine room.
September 29, 1969 - January 27, 1970
Sue Hauberg residence and equestrian center at Victoria Heights, 315th Street Northwest, Stanwood, Washington
This site was later known as "Tillicum Stables" and remodeled extensively by Terry & Egan in 1984. Drawings relating to that project can be found in the "Terry & Egan, Residential work" series.
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M410 189a
Residence
49 drawings : 9 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite on vellum, 15 graphite on gridded vellum, 6 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 graphite on trace taped to graphite on gridded vellum, 4 graphite on vellum taped to graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on vellum taped to brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 6 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction with color on bond, 2 reproduction with graphite and color on bond
Drawings for Sue Hauberg's residence include plans, elevations, section drawings, detail drawings, and mechanical drawings. Plans include a site plan, plot plan, and plans of the residence including a foundation plan, lower floor plan, main floor plan, upper floor plan, roof plan, kitchen plan, and exterior areas including the covered walk, terrace, and garden. Multiple exterior elevations of residence. Interior elevations of main floor include the master bedroom suite, bath, kitchen, stairs, hall, dressing room, powder room, and laundry storage room. Section drawings through residence, covered walkway, terrace, fireplace, and wall sections. Structural and detail drawings. Mechanical drawings include the residence's lighting plan, mechanical layout, and heating plans. Schdules for room finishes, hardware, and bathroom accessories.
September 1, 1970 - November 23, 1971
M410 189b
Barn
14 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 5 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 4 reproduction on bond
18 documents : 10 reproduction on bond, 4 reproduction with color on bond, 3 ink on reproduction on bond, 1 brownline on bond
Drawings for the barn at Sue Hauberg's estate include plans of the site, foundation plan of the barn, main floor, loft, and typical stall. Multiple exterior elevations of barn complex and terrace roof. Interior elevations of stall walls. Framing plan and structural details of barn and canopy. Lighting and mechanical plans of barn on both levels. Section drawing through barn. Door and finish schedule. Structural notes.
October 27, 1970 - July 22, 1971
M410 189c
Arena complex
27 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 9 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 3 reproduction with color on bond, 7 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite and color on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on vellum taped to graphite on gridded vellum, 1 ink and color on trace taped to brownline on vellum
7 documents : 1 reproduction with graphite on bond, 4 reproduction with ink on bond, 2 reproduction with color on bond
Drawings for the arena complex include a site plan with topographic information, plot plan with fence and road layout, foundation plan, roof framing plan, and plans of the arena complex, restroom, and riding ring. Exterior elevations of arena and gate. Interior elevations of restrooms, office, and viewing stand. Section drawings through arena. Structural details. Detail drawings of viewing stand, restrooms, doors and windows, gate, fence, and rink. Mechanical drawings include the electrical plan of the arena complex, lighting fixture layout, sewer line layout, and utility line layout. Structural notes with memoranda from Olsen & Ratti, Consulting Engineers. Also included is a topographic survey of the site by Walter & Associates, and a landscape plan showing fence and utility locations by Dorothy C. Hussey, Lanscape Architect.
December 1969 - September 7, 1971
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M411 190
Proposed Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoover residence
2 drawings : 1 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum
Plans and elevations with detail drawings show the proposed residence.
June 6, 1972 - September 8, 1972
M411 191
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Huffine residence, Olympia, Washington
34 drawings : 9 graphite on trace, 21 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Perspective drawing, site plan, elevation drawings, detail drawings, section drawings, electrical and mechanical plans, material schedules, and topographic maps by Swift, Bracy & Thomas, Engineers.
March 1961 - August 1963
M411 192
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ihlanfeldt residence alterations
29 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 7 graphite on vellum, 6 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 11 reproduction on bond
5 sketches : 5 graphite on trace
Drawings and sketches show alterations to the Ihlanfeldt residence. Included in these drawings are plans, detail drawings, elevation drawings, section drawings, and electrical plans. Eight drawings are reproductions of plans for the original residence. Three art prints have been retained with these records, though it is unknown how these relate to the project.
1965-1966
M411 193
Proposed Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ingham residence at Cattle Point, San Juan Island, Washington
13 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on gridded vellum, 3 brownline on impregnated vellum, 6 reproduction on bond
1 sketch : 1 graphite and color on trace
Signed perspective with three brownline reproductions, and section drawings. Also included are topographic maps and surveys by Rehm & Condon, Engineers.
June 1966 - December 1966
M411 194
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jensen proposed residence at Washington Park Tower, 1620 43rd Avenue East, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on gridded vellum
Plan shows Mr. and Mrs. Jensen's proposed apartment, Apartment 23B, in the Washington Park Tower building on Lake Washington. One drawing inscribed with the address 4021 Denny Blaine Place appears related to these drawings. The Roland Terry Architectural Drawings collection includes more residences from the Washington Park Tower as well as Terry's drawings for the Washington Park Tower building itself.
March 20, 1968
M411 195
Mr. and Mrs. Don Kir-Van residence, Woodinville, Washington
9 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 4 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite gridded vellum
31 sketches : 31 graphite on trace, 3 reproduction on bond
Drawings and sketches include one perspective, foundation plan, floor plan, detail drawings, interior elevations of the fireplace, and exterior elevations.
February 14, 1964 - May 11, 1966
M411 196
Mr. and Mrs. Max J. Kuney proposed residence, Seattle, Washington
7 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 2 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 3 blueline on bond
Perspective drawing signed by Terry, site plan and plans. Topographic survey by Arthur Hitchings & Associates.
August 1962 - September 1962
M411 197
La Jolla Shores Clubdominium, El Paseo Grande, La Jolla, California
174 drawings : 5 graphite and color on trace, 8 graphite on vellum, 42 graphite on gridded vellum, 56 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 8 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 47 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 4 brownline with graphite and color on vellum, 2 reproduction on bond
2 sketches : 1 graphite on trace, 1 reproduction with color on bond
Drawings for the La Jolla Shores Clubdominium include plans, interior and exterior elevations, detail and section drawings, electrical and mechanical plans, site plans, renderings, and plans for exterior areas. Plans include floor plans for specific units and the recreation center, a building and garage plan, roof plan and dimensional clarifications. Exterior elevations show the recreation center and individual units of the clubdominium's complex. Interior elevations show the bath, kitchen, and utility room as well as buildings 1-3 and the lobby. Section and detail drawings show windows, doors, kitchen, firewall, garage door, kitchen details, and other miscellaneous details throughout the property. Twenty-one electrical plans show the plan for units, buildings, penthouse, terrace, and recreation center. Exterior plans include parking plans, site grading plans, zoning plans, terrace plans, landscape development plans, and sprinkler plans. Also included are room and finish schedules, one television and telephone plan, and two furnishing plans. A number of drawings showing alternate arrangements have been marked "void."
May 18, 1970 - February 11, 1971
M411 198
Mr. Richard Lea apartment residence at Washington Park Tower, 1620 43rd Avenue East, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite and color on trace
3 sketches : 3 reproduction on bond
Preliminary plan and studies shows Mr. Richard Lea's proposed apartment, Apartment 7B, in the Washington Park Tower building on Lake Washington. The Roland Terry Architectural Drawings collection includes more residences from the Washington Park Tower as well as Terry's drawings for the Washington Park Tower building itself.
October 23, 1967
M411 199
Mr. Richard Lea garden development plan
3 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on gridded vellum
Drawings for the Lea residence include a garden development plan, a plot plan and profile.
July 16, 1971
M411 200
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Loomis residence at Webster Point, Laurelhurst, Seattle, Washington
27 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 18 graphite on gridded vellum, 5 brownline on impregnated vellum
Perspective drawing; plot plan; terrace plan; foundation and basement plans; interior and exterior elevations; detail drawings of the exterior doors, windows, stairs, skylight, and cabinets; electrical plans; heating plans; structural plans; furnishing plans; and a schedule of materials for the interior finish and doors. Some drawings show revisions to the balcony.
June 29, 1966 - November 16, 1967
M411 201
Dr. and Mrs. John P. McVay residence at The Highlands, Seattle, Washington
44 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and ink on trace, 19 graphite on vellum, 5 graphite and color on vellum, 12 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 12 brownline on vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 5 reproduction on bond
5 sketches : 4 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace
1 document : 1 ink on bond
Included in these drawings are a plot plan; foundation plan and floor plan with finish schedule; exterior elevations; elevation and detail drawings of doors, windows, living room, and other rooms; millwork details; plot plan showing the terrace and property development; mechanical plan showing the foundation plan, first and second floor plans; electrical plan for the first and second floors; first and second floor furnishing plans with finish schedules; site survey and topographic map; and a reproduction of map showing underground system in the Highlands published by the City of Seattle. Included in the thirty-six sketches are eleven finished sketches of furnishings.
July 19, 1966 - March 30, 1967
M411 202
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Meeks chalet at Crystal Mountain, Washington
22 drawings : 6 graphite on trace, 6 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on gridded vellum, 9 reproduction on bond
Inscribed title: A Mountain Chalet for Mr. and Mrs. Ward Meeks at Crystal Mountain.Perspective, plans, details, interior and exterior elevations, and foundation plan pertain to the design and construction of the mountain chalet on Crystal Mountain. Nine of the twenty-two drawings are earlier designs by outside firms Loxide Structures of Tacoma, dated 1939, and Cedar Homes Manufacturing Corporation of Bellevue, dated 1963. Specifications. Some finished drawings have been signed by Terry's associate Robert Egan, who later became Terry's partner in Terry & Egan.
September 4, 1964 - July 22, 1969
Mr. Ken Meisnest residence
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M412 203a
Electrical layout
1 drawing : 1 graphite on trace
May 10, 1962
M412 203b
Deck addition
1 drawing : 1 graphite and color on trace
Plan with section drawings for the proposed deck addition.
February 28, 1968
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M412 204a
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn L. Nelson residence, Portland, Oregon
43 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 32 graphite on vellum, 3 brownline on vellum, 4 reproduction on bond
Alternate name: Stewart House.The Glenn Nelson residence was found in Roland Terry's drawings rolled together with drawings for the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stewart in Seattle. There are two groups of drawings included in this project: drawings for the Nelson Residence, and drawings for the Stewart residence. Looking closely at the title bar, "Mr. and Mrs. Stewart" has been erased and replaced with "Mr. and Mrs. Nelson" in several instances. The projects are nearly identical, however drawings for the Stewart residence are dated January 1960 to January 1963, while drawings for the Nelson residence are dated February 1962 to November 1962. Because the projects cannot be fully separated based on the drawings, they have been organized together as the Glenn Nelson residence.Drawings for the residence show the perspective drawing for the Stewart residence, and preliminary plans and site plans for the Stewart residence. Then, inscribed as part of the Nelson residence, the drawings include a site plan; foundation plan; first and second floor plans; plan and detail drawings for the second floor and porte cochere; external elevations; detail drawings of doors, windows, cabinets, and ceiling plans; interior elevations include plans and detail drawings of sliding doors and shutters; plan, elevation, and detail drawings of the cabana fireplace; mechanical and electric plans for the first floor and cabana fireplace; elevation drawing showing the plinth siding; additional plans show an exterior bench and carpet patterns, size, and layout; plans, exterior elevations, and building sections for an "addition" dated February 19, 1962 show a 224 square foot addition and porte cochere. Topographic map produced by Morford & Mowry, Engineers.
January 20, 1960 - January 16, 1963
M412 204b
Mr. and Mrs. E. Dickenson Peaseley residence addition, 321 West Highland Drive, Seattle, Washington
17 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 5 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on vellum, 3 reproduction with ink and color on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite, ink, and color on bond, 1 trace with ink taped to reproduction with graphite and ink on bond
Drawings include plans of the existing house with garage and driveway that with multiple schemes for alterations for new and enlarged garages, driveway, and sundeck; deck and framing plan; landscape plan showing a 'rockery' garden; detail drawings of fence; electrical plan showing layout changes to accomodate the existing and new garages; multiple exterior elevations of the garage addition and one of the exterior of the house; specifications for the garage door; finish formula and schedule of materials; topographic survey by Ruskin Fisher & Associates showing general notes and a sprinkler control layout.
May 6, 1970 - July 14, 1970
M412 205
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. Nordstrom residence at The Highlands, Seattle, Washington
60 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 39 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 5 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 2 reproduction on bond, 9 reproduction with graphite on bond, 1 reproduction with color on bond, 1 brownline on bond
13 sketches : 7 graphite on trace, 5 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite with color on bond
Signed perspectives, plans, detail drawings, elevation drawings, section drawings, electrical plans, landscape development plan. Included in these drawings are proposal drawings, interior and exterior elevation drawings, a site utility plan, and detail drawings of cabinets, fireplaces, windows, skylights, and other architectural features. Room and door finish schedule. Boundary survey by Duffy Lawver & Kumpf and atlas of Seattle from Kroll Map Company.
March 28, 1969 - May 11, 1970
Mr. and Mrs. Sheffield Phelps
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M412 206
Residence remodel, 154 Lake Washington Boulevard North, Seattle, Washington
14 drawings : 12 graphite on vellum, 2 reproduction on bond
Plans, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations, and plot plan show the remodel of the Phelps residence. Drawings pertain mostly to a kitchen remodel, as the interior elevations show the kitchen and the detail drawings show cabinets, sliding doors, and the refrigerator. Survey was completed by Ruskin, Fisher & Associates in 1958.
October 17, 1958 - March 6, 1964
M412 207
Penthouse apartment at Washington Park Tower, 1620 43rd Avenue East, Seattle, Washington
33 drawings : 16 graphite on vellum, 13 graphite on gridded vellum, 4 brownline on impregnated vellum
Drawings relating to the Mr. and Mrs. Sheffield Phelps' penthouse apartment, Apartment 23A, in the Washington Park Tower building on Lake Washington. Included in these drawings are a plans, detail drawings, elevation drawings, section drawings, electric plans, schedule, and sketches. There are more residences from the Washington Park Tower in the Roland Terry Architectural Drawings, as well as Terry's drawings for the Washington Park Tower building.
December 1970 - October 1971
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M412 208
Poncho study guest room
1 drawing : 1 graphite on trace
Inscribed title: A Study Guest Room for 'Poncho'Perspective drawing signed by Roland Terry.
March 4, 1963
M412 209
Rhododendron Apartments and Hotel remodeling and penthouse restaurant addition, Spring Street between Terry Avenue and Boreon Aveneu, Seattle, Washington
17 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 10 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum
Perspective drawings and renderings, floor plans, roof plans, exterior elevations and section drawings. Drawings mostly pertain to the penthouse restaurant at the top of the hotel and room remodeling for clients Lew Sheuk Thuen, Art Metzger, and Cliff Warling. Also included in these drawings is a location plan of the property that shows sight lines from the building and parking in the surrounding area.
January 1956 - June 27, 1967
M412 210
Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Shaw residence remodel, 820 Innis Arden Drive, Seattle, Washington
11 drawings : 10 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Plan, exterior elevations, and interior elevations showing the proposed remodel include plans for the first floor; exterior elevations with detail drawings of the fence, fascia, carport, stepping stones, lamp post details, and front entry; interior elevations with detail drawings of the master bedroom, dressing room, music alcove, entryways, living room cabinet, wardrobe and sliding doors; and a pool and terrace plan with elevation and detail drawings of the gate and fence.
May 23, 1958 - September 19, 1958
M412 211
Shelter Bay community, Skagit County, Washington
21 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 6 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite and color on vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 blueline reproduction with graphite on bond, 4 reproduction with graphite and color on bond
6 sketches : 2 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on trace attached to vellum
Site plans for the Shelter Bay community in Skagit County include section drawings, detail drawings, utility plans, key plans, and a survey by Ruskin Fisher & Associates, Inc.This project was received from Roland Terry with the name "Hauberg Shelter Bay" indicating there may be a connection between the Shelter Bay project and the Haubergs. However, no further information could be found within the drawings.
July 24, 1969 - June 17, 1970
M412 212
Shigaya Nursing Home, 17th Avenue at East Jefferson Street, Seattle, Washington
61 drawings : 21 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 5 graphite on gridded vellum, 7 graphite on vellum, 13 graphite on trace, 1 reproduction on bond, 2 reproduction with graphite on bond, 4 reproduction with color and graphite on bond, 2 reproduction with color and ink on bond, 4 photostat prints
15 sketches : 3 graphite on trace, 3 color on trace, 8 color and graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on vellum
Drawings include plans, exterior elevations, section drawings, and one voided drawing. Survey by Minish, Webb & Associates.
March 23, 1964
Mrs. Paul Siegel residence, 3814 East John Street, Seattle, Washington
Terry also designed the Decorative Center for Mrs. Paul Siegel while operating as Terry & Moore; project records relating to this design can be found in the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series.
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M412 213a
Carport addition
2 drawings : 1 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
4 sketches : 4 graphite on trace
Plan, exterior elevation and detail drawings for revisions to the existing residence and a carport addition for Mrs. Paul Siegel.
March 2, 1962 - May 2, 1962
M412 213b
Proposed residence
3 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 2 reproduction on bond
Site plan and survey that show a proposed residence adjacent to the Siegel residence.
April 8, 1968
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roland Smith
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M412 214
Residence at 4105 East Highland Drive, Seattle, Washington
31 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 20 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite and color on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 3 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction with color on bond
2 sketches : 2 graphite on trace
Perspective drawing, plan, detail drawings, elevations, section drawings, mechanical plans, finish and paint schedule, and specifications for the residence. Included in the plans are a floor plans, carpet plan, a roof framing plan, foundation plan, and ceiling plan. Mechanical plans show the basement and first floor. Also included are landscape drawings that show a garden screen, planter atrium, and garden statue.
August 18, 1960 - March 4, 1962
M412 215
Residence at Washington Park Tower, 1620 43rd Avenue East, Seattle, Washington
21 drawings : 9 graphite on trace, 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 3 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite and color on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond, 1 reproduction with color on bond
13 sketches : 1 graphite on trace, 12 graphite and color on trace
Plans, detail drawings, section drawings, and electrical plans for the Paul Smith residence on the 17th floor of Washington Park Tower. Included in these drawings is one drawing by Kohler Company showing the lavatory sink. In addition to designing the Washington Park Tower, Terry also designed a number of interior spaces for the residents of Washington Park Tower, including this residence for Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
August 18, 1960 - March 4, 1962
Phillip and Marvel Stewart house, 1225 Northwest Elford Park, Seattle, Washington
See: Mr. and Mrs. Glenn L. Nelson residence, Portland, Oregon.
The Phillip and Marvel Stewart House drawings were found in Roland Terry's drawings rolled together with drawings for the Glenn Nelson residence (Portland, Oregon). There are two groups of drawings included in this project -- drawings for the Nelson Residence, and drawings for the Stewart residence. Looking closely at the title bar, "Mr. and Mrs. Stewart" has been erased and replaced with "Mr. and Mrs. Nelson" in several instances. The projects are nearly identical, however drawings for the Stewart residence are dated January 1960 to January 1963, while drawings for the Nelson residence are dated February 1962 to November 1962. Because the project records cannot be fully separated based on the drawings, we have organized them together as the Glenn Nelson residence.Please refer to the "Glenn L. Nelson Residence" in the Roland Terry & Associates series for complete details of the project.
1960-1963
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M413 216
Miriam Terry residence garden plan
2 drawings : 2 graphite on bond
Drawings show the plot plan and garden plan for Miriam Terry's residence.
May 25, 1972
M413 217
Mr. and Mrs. Corydon Wagner III residence, 29 Country Club Drive Southwest, Tacoma, Washington
49 drawings : 6 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 27 graphite on vellum, 9 graphite on gridded vellum, 4 reproduction with color on bond, 2 reproduction with graphite and color on bond
Signed perspective drawing site plan; plot plan; foundation plan; floor plans; kitchen plans; exterior elevations; interior elevations; detail drawings of millwork, floor patterns, orchid room, and library; electrical plan; detail drawings and elevations of exterior elements such as the entrance court and gate, the lanai roof and terrace pattern. Schedule. Topographic map.
July 9, 1962 - December 18, 1963

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M413 218
Proposed Alameda Plaza Hotel rooftop restaurant, 401 Ward Parkway, Kansas City, Missouri
2 drawings : 1 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on gridded vellum
Drawings in this project are include a schematic study and rooftop plan for a proposed restaurant by Roland Terry & Associates and Kivett & Myers, Engineers.The Alameda Plaza Hotel is located in Kansas City's Alameda Plaza. The luxury hotel was built in the late 1960s as the Alameda Plaza Hotel. Since then, the hotel has been owned by Ritz-Carlton, Fairmont Hotels, and the Intercontinental Hotels Group.
December 1, 1967
M413 219
Baptist Disciples Student Center, 45th Street, Seattle, Washington
101 drawings : 15 graphite on trace, 2 graphite with color on trace, 58 graphite on vellum, 7 graphite and color on vellum, 3 graphite on gridded vellum,1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 brownline with white and color on impregnated vellum, 3 reproduction with graphite on bond, 4 reproduction with color on bond, 3 reproduction with ink on bond, 1 reproduction with ink and color on bond
3 sketches : 2 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum
Drawings include four differing perspective drawings; plot plan with site details; foundation and floor plans of the garage, first floor, second floor, third floor, and mezzanine; framing plans; section drawings of stairs; beam and joist schedule; room finish schedule; exterior elevations; longitudinal and transverse section drawings; wall sections; main entrance and lobby elevation; reflected ceiling plan; detail drawings; plans of the third floor offices; mechanical and electrial plans; landscape plan; elevation and plan of copper screen, sign, and directory signs.Proposal drawings include construction set with handwritten notes and include plans, longitudinal section drawings, and preliminary elevation of entrance. Other drawings includes plans, elevations, and section drawings for a proposed apartment, skylight, stairway, electrical equipment space, leased space on the first floor and detail drawings of woodwork and built-in cabinetry. Additional drawings by Dohrman Hotel Supply show the layout and mechanical/electrical plans for the kitchen; detail drawings by Elmer-Moody Woodwork. Plan dated September 7, 1971 shows later alterations made to the entrance on 45th Street.The Baptist Disciples Student Center building was originally designed for the student Baptist community at the University of Washington, and was later purchased by the University for use as an alumni center.
January 11, 1961 - January 31, 1963; September 7, 1971
M413 220
Bayshore Marina and Pat Boone Inn Marina, Bayshore, Oregon
22 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 8 graphite on vellum, 6 reproduction on bond, 5 reproduction with graphite on bond
5 sketches : 3 graphite and color on trace, 2 color on trace
Plans, exterior elevations, interior elevations, and detail drawings. Survey by Fultz & Steere, Inc. The Bayshore Marina in Bayshore, Oregon, and the Pat Boone Inn Marina, in Waldport, Oregon sat opposite each other at the entrance to Alsea Bay on the central Oregon coast.
May 20, 1970
M413 221
Best's Apparel store entrance remodel, Pine Street at Fifth Avenue, Seattle, Washington
10 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 4 graphite on vellum, 3 reproduction on bond
1 sketch : 1 graphite and color on bond
Perspective drawing, plans, interior and exterior elevations show remodeling to the entrance and exterior of Best's Apparel store. Drawings include framing plan for the marquee, elevations and sections for the remodeled awning and entry lighting. Two drawings are by McClelland & Osterman, Architects. Some drawings have been signed by Robert Egan, who worked as an associate for Roland Terry before becoming Terry's partner in Terry & Egan.
March 11, 1964 - June 22, 1964
M413 222
Betty Crocker Tree House complex, Scottsdale Road and Monterey Way, Scottsdale, Arizona
3 drawings : 2 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum
Three differing site plans.
July 7, 1970 - July 14, 1970
M413 223
Blue Horse Restaurant, 1555 University Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota
28 drawings : 8 graphite on trace, 8 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite on brownline on impregnated vellum, 4 reproduction on bond, 5 color on bond
Drawings include two perspectives, plans, elevation drawings, detail drawings, section drawings, electrical plans, specifications, and sketches. A number of these drawings are from other architectural firms.
1963
M413 224
Cabin 52 Waterfront Restaurant at Washington State Ferry Terminal Pier 52, Seattle, Washington
61 drawings : 6 graphite on trace, 7 graphite on vellum, 4 graphite and color on vellum, 33 graphite on gridded vellum, 9 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum
11 sketches : 6 graphite on trace, 4 graphite and color on trace, 1 color on trace
Perspective drawing, plans, interior and exterior elevations, detail and section drawings, structural drawings, schedules, and furniture plans. Included in these drawings are floor plans with bar and seating arrangements; interior elevations of the cashier's counter, stairs, gangway, cocktail lounge, and grog locker; section drawings show the grog locker and a custom cigarette machine. Also included are carpet plan and door schedules and a drawing showing selected furniture fixtures by Dohrmannn Co. Terry designed a number of interior spaces for restaurateur Walter Clark and his business, Clark's Enterprises, which operated a number of restaurants throughout Seattle.
November 23, 1966 - January 16, 1968
Canlis
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M413 225
Canlis Restaurant at the Fairmont Hotel, California Street at Powell Street, San Francisco, California
68 drawings : 11 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 39 graphite on vellum, 6 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum,1 brownline with graphite on vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 6 reproduction on bond
Drawings show the design of the Canlis Restaurant at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco. Included in these drawings are perspectives, plans, elevations, detail and section drawings, electrical plans, and mechanical plans. Perspective drawings show the foyer, the entrance on California Street, and the bar-dining room. Plans show the bar, restrooms, and perimeter of the property. Interior elevations show the vestibule, foyer, entry, lobby, dining rooms, server station, upper lanai, toilet and wash rooms, bar and broiler, ebony door pulls, check stand, and custom furniture. Exterior elevation drawings show the street view and planter designs. Section and detail drawings include the bay windows and room partitions. Other drawings include a topographic map and property survey, ceiling plan, lighting plan, furnishing plan, dining room revisions. One drawing shows the kitchen layout with countertops by Dohrmannn Hotel Supply Company. Also included are reproduction drawings of the hotel's 1906 design by Reid Brothers, Architects.The Canlis at the Fairmont Hotel featured Terry's trademark use of natural woods and stones, however, the restaurant was markedly different from the other west-coast Canlis locations in Portland and Seattle in that the restaurant at the Fairmont was located on the ground-floor and did not have the expansive views that focused the design of the other two locations. However, this particular location of the Fairmont featured an extensive art collection and sophisticated lighting arrangement.Drawings by Terry & Egan in 1976 show two proposed layouts for the banquet dining rooms; these drawings can be found in the "Terry & Egan, Nonresidential work" series. Earlier drawings by Terry & Moore show a different proposed location and design for the Canlis Restaurant in San Francisco that was never realized. These drawings can be found in the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series.
September 1, 1964 - July 15, 1965
M413 226
Canlis Restaurant remodel, 2100 Kalakaua Avenue, Waikiki, Hawaii
14 drawings : 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 11 reproduction on bond
Alternate name: Canlis Broiler.The Canlis Broiler on Waikiki Beach, in Hawaii, was designed during the 1950s by the Terry & Moore design team in collaboration with Ben Morris, chairman of the University of Hawaii's art department. These records include eighteen preliminary drawings for the remodel of the restaurant in 1969.In these plans, the restaurant is no longer referred to as Canlis Broiler, but rather as Canlis Restaurant. Eleven drawings are by Wimberly, Whisenand, Allison & Tong, Architects, and dated December 1968 to August 1969. These drawings include five perspective drawings, plans for the first and second floors of the dining room, longitudinal section drawings, and untitled section drawings of the interior space. The remaining three drawings for the interior design of the restaurant are by Roland Terry & Associates and include preliminary drawings of the furniture layout, interior wall elevations, and the bar seating plan.The Canlis Broiler in Waikiki, Hawaii, was a collaboration between Terry & Moore and Wimberly and Cook of Honolulu. Prior to the Canlis Broiler at Waikiki, Terry & Moore had collaborated with Wimberly and Cook for the design of the Canlis Restaurant in Seattle. Later remodeling was done by Roland Terry & Associates with Wimberly, Whisenand, Allison and Tong.The design of the restaurant incorporated Polynesian and Hawaiian motifs, natural materials, and a structure reminiscent of Pacific island architecture. The restaurant housed a large, carved Polynesian god, mosaic and fountain wall, and fish ponds. The restaurant was one of the first Hawaiian-themed restaurants before the concept of "themed" restaurants became popular. The restaurant later changed names from Canlis Broiler to Canlis Restaurant.Earlier drawings showing the original design of the restaurant and the addition of a penthouse residence adjacent to the restaurant can be found in the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series under its original name "Canlis Broiler."
May 2, 1969 - June 16, 1969
M413 227
Proposed Canlis Restaurant atop the Hong Kong Hilton Hotel, Hong Kong
4 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
3 sketches : 1 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace
Terry's working drawings show the proposed Hong Kong location of the Canlis Restaurant at the Hong Kong Hilton Hotel owned by Wynncor Limited during the 1960s (the hotel was demolished in the mid-1990s) . Drawings include seating plans and a floor plan, and one floor plan of the 25th floor by the hotel's architects, Palmer & Turner. The proposed restaurant would have overlooked Hong Kong's Victoria Harbor.
May 1, 1961 - June 2, 1961
M413 228
Canlis Restaurant atop the Hilton Hotel, Portland, Oregon
45 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 24 graphite on vellum, 6 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite with color on gridded vellum, 2 brownline on vellum, 3 brownline with graphite on vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 3 reproduction on bond
1 sketch : 1 graphite and color on trace
Drawings show the Canlis Restaurant atop the Portland Hilton on the 23rd floor of the hotel. Drawings include plans, interior elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, schedules, and lighting plans. Plans show floor plans, ceiling plans, and seating plans. Interior elevations show the kitchen, dining room, bar, foyer, check room, and service station. Detail drawings show door jambs, bathroom details, dressing room details, service station, stairs and millwork, as well as cabinetry, and a color drawing of the wall mount light sconce. Three drawings of the 23rd floor plan are by the hotel's architects, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
May 5, 1960 - September 26, 1963
M414 229
Proposed Canlis Restaurant at the Washington Hotel, 1919 Connecticut Avenue Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia
8 drawings : 3 graphite on vellum, 5 reproduction on bond
Preliminary drawings for a proposed Canlis Restaurant at the Washington Hotel in Washington, DC. Included in these eight drawings are three drawings by Terry that show the existing plan of floors 9 and 10 where the Canlis would be located, and two preliminary floor plans for the restaurant. The remaining five drawings are reproductions of drawings pertaining to the Washington Hotel including a site plan, lobby plan, and exterior elevations by William B. Tabler and one plan of the existing space by Dohrmannn Hotel Supply Co.Terry designed a number of spaces for the Canlis restaurants throughout the nation, but his most famous work is the Canlis Charcoal Broiler in Seattle, where the restaurants originated.
July 19, 1963 - July 30, 1963
M414 230
Canlis Restaurant remodel, 2576 Aurora Avenue North, Seattle, Washington
15 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 5 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 4 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 2 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with color on bond
8 sketches : 1 graphite on trace, 3 graphite and color on trace, 3 color on trace, 1 reproduction with color on bond
Drawings show furnishing plans and preliminary drawings for a remodel to the Canlis Restaurant in Seattle. Plans, interior elevation of the restrooms, detail drawings, site plan, and alternate floor plans show the additions of a new lanai, and alterations to the parking lot, the bar and dining room, and the lavatory counters.Canlis Restaurant was designed and built by Tucker, Shields & Terry in collaboration with the Honolulu architectural firm of Wimberly & Cook, 1949-1951. The building was then renovated by Tucker & Shields in 1953 after Terry left the firm; the design was revamped by Terry & Moore in 1958 and later updated during the mid-1990s by Northwest architect James Cutler. Terry's longtime involvement with the Canlis Restaurant spanned many years and many companies.Photos of the restaurant as well as earlier drawings showing the original design and earlier remodeling are available by viewing the records for the Canlis Restaurant in the "Tucker, Shields & Terry" series and the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series. A set of drawings showing later remodeling to the restaurant by Terry & Egan can be found in the "Terry & Egan, Nonresidential work" series.
1966
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M414 231
Clark's Pancake Chalet, Rainier Avenue South and South Charlestown Street, Seattle, Washington
17 drawings : 14 graphite on trace, 2 graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum
Perspective drawing and floor plans. Terry designed a number of interior spaces for restaurateur Walter Clark and his business, Clark's Enterprises, which operated a number of restaurants throughout Seattle.
July 3, 1962
M414 232
Northgate Plaza Restaurant alterations, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on gridded vellum
Plans for alterations to a Clark's Restaurant in the Northgate suburb of Seattle. Terry designed a number of interior spaces for restaurateur Walter Clark and his business, Clark's Enterprises, which operated a number of restaurants throughout Seattle. Two earlier plans showing proposed plans for the restaurant are in the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series.
April 27, 1961 - May 2, 1961
M414 233
The Crab Broiler additions and alterations, Seaside, Oregon
17 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 color on gridded vellum, 2 reproduction on bond, 3 blueline reproduction on bond, 1 blueline reproduction with color on bond, 2 blueprints
2 sketches : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace
Drawings include the plans showing the existing plan and alterations and additions, one exterior elevation, and one section drawing. Included in the seventeen drawings are six reproductions of drawings by Wicks & Brown, Architects, who provided the original design for the restaurant.
April 26, 1967
M414 234
Crabapple Restaurant alterations, Bellevue, Washington
11 drawings : 1 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 1 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite and color on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 brownline reproduction with graphite on bond, 1 reproduction with color on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite on vellum
Floor plans, seating plans, elevations of the dining and banquet rooms, carpet plan, detail drawings, and electrical plan show alterations to the Crabapple Restaurant. Finished drawings have a stamped license signed by Terry's associate, and future partner, Robert Egan. Seating plan has been provided by Dohrmannn Hotel Supply Company.The Crabapple Restaurant was previously known as Clark's Bellevue Restaurant. Terry & Moore designed the original restaurant for restaurateur Walter Clark in 1955 and did later additions and alterations to the property, adding a banquet room in 1959. Earlier projects showing alterations to the seating plan and dining rooms are included in the Roland Terry Architectural Drawings in the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series under the title "Clark's Bellevue Restaurant."
October 23, 1969 - May 26, 1970
M414 235
Proposed Space Village at Crystal Mountain, Crystal Mountain, Washington
4 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
One signed perspective with reproductions and a lettering block. The Crystal Mountain Ski Area opened in 1962 and wider development in the area began in 1963, however, it cannot be determined if Terry's design for Space Village was ever realized.
March 16, 1964
M414 236
Proposed Desert Carmel residences, Kortsen Road and Juanita Avenue, Casa Grande, Arizona
19 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 12 graphite and color on trace, 2 graphite on vellum, 4 reproduction on bond
27 sketches : 7 graphite on trace, 8 color on trace, 12 graphite and color on trace
Perspectives, plans, elevation drawings, and section drawings. Site plan.The Desert Carmel is a residential subdivision with nine-story hotel tower and golf course located west of Casa Grande, Arizona and approximately 50 miles Southeast of Phoenix, Arizona. The site was developed by Tacoma businessman Ben Cheney and opened in 1964 adjacent to the San Francisco Giants baseball facility.
1970
Doubletree Inns
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M414 237
Coffee Tree
6 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 reproduction on polyester film
Perspective, exterior elevations, seating plan, and floor plans. Proposal is for an unidentified location of the Doubletree Inns.
October 16, 1969 - October 4, 1971
Phoenix, Arizona
Terry designed a number of Doubletree Inn hotels throughout Arizona. These projects, include one hotel in Phoenix, recognized for its use of natural materials and Southwestern motifs, and two proposed designs for other locations in Phoenix.
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M414 238
East Second Avenue at Osborn Road
172 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 12 graphite and color on trace, 2 graphite, color, and ink on trace, 19 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and ink on vellum, 22 graphite and color on vellum, 56 graphite on gridded vellum, 14 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on trace taped to gridded vellum, 1 graphite on trace taped to reproduction on bond, 1 graphite and color on vellum taped to reproduction on bond, 1 brownline on vellum, 10 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with color on vellum, 4 reproduction on vellum, 9 reproduction on bond, 2 reproduction with graphite on bond, 2 reproduction with ink on bond, 6 reproduction with graphite and color on bond, 2 reproduction with graphite and ink on bond, 2 reproduction with ink on bond, 3 reproduction with ink and color on bond
9 sketches : 3 graphite on trace, 3 graphite and color on trave, 3 graphite, color, and ink on trave
Drawings for the Doubletree Inn Phoenix include a study perspective of the building's exterior, plans, elevations, section drawings, detail drawings, mechanical plans, structural drawings, landscape plans, and specifications. Plot plan shows parking lot and landscape details. Plans of the hotel building include the lower levels and guest unit floors, restaurant, lobby, banquet facilities, penthouse, typical guest room with bath and entry, typical suite, coffee shop, and a proposed restaurant complex on the fourteenth floor. Multiple exterior elevations of the building showing different schemes and the entry. Interior elevations of restaurant, lobby, elevators, guest units, and public restrooms. Section drawings through building, restaurant, lobby, powder room, foyer, cocktail lounge, banquet room, courtyard, and conference room. Mechnical plans include an electrical drawings of the site, kitchen, lower levels, and guest rooms; plumbing plans for the kitchen; as well as shop drawings for kitchen fixtures by Stainless Pond, Inc. Design drawings of the restaurant wine display, service stands, picture frames, front desk. Door and finish schedule. Drawings by Peter Lendrum & Associates, Phoenix, include a site plan, first floor plan, reference grid, foundation plan and framing plans.The Doubletree Inn Phoenix, markedly different than the Doubletree Inn Seattle, was a ten-story tower with a modern concrete and glass exterior. The property was completed in collaboration with Phoenix architects Peter Lendrom and Associates. Despite the concrete and glass exterior, Terry used heavy woods in the interior design set off by decorative geometric and Native American motifs to highlight the Southwest identity of the hotel.
October 14, 1968 - September 1, 1972
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M415 239
Proposed hotel at Camelback Road and 22nd Street
27 drawings : 1 graphite and color on trace, 4 graphite on gridded vellum, 5 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and ink on gridded vellum, 2 reproduction on bond, 6 reproduction with color on bond, 3 brownline with graphite and ink on vellum, 4 brownline with graphite and color on vellum, 1 graphite and color on trace taped to brownline with graphite, color, and ink on bond
12 sketches : 7 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 2 color on trace, 1 graphite on trace taped to trace
Drawings include multiple plans, elevations, and section drawings. Building plans include a plan of the first floor showing guest rooms, kitchen and laundry areas, cocktail lounge, dining room, offices, restrooms, lobby, banquet room, coffee shop, pool, and landscaping; second floor plan of guest rooms and conference rooms; third floor plan of guest rooms; plans of typical units and suites. Elevations include exterior elevations of all buildings on the site, balconies, and the coffee shop. Section drawings show typical building sections. Plans include a site plan with water and sewage by the City of Phoenix, plot plan by Town and Country Properties, and topographical survey by Wilsey, Ham & Blair.
November 14, 1969 - November 3, 1970
M415 240
Proposed motor hotel at North Central Avenue and East Monterey Way
19 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 4 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite and ink on trace, 2 graphite on gridded vellum, 5 reproduction on bond, 4 reproduction with graphite on bond, 1 graphite and ink with transfer letters on gridded vellum, 1 reproduction with ink on bond
1 sketch : 1 ink on trace
Drawings include a plot plan showing the proposed hotel building and parking structure with the site's existing structures and parking; plan of the first floor shows the location of offices, conference rooms, restrooms, vestibule, porte cochere, kitchen and laundry areas, dining room, bar, and gallery; parking plan.Additional drawings include five drawings by John Schotanus, Jr., AIA, of the Park Central Hotel and Office Building complex that shows the site for the Doubletree Hotel with site plan and plans for the pedestrian level, ground floor, typical room floor, room plan, exterior elevation, and plot plan of the Park Central Shopping Center; three drawings by Charles Luckman Associates of Park Central Development show the proposed Doubletree site with plans for the ground floor, second floor, and two sections of existing building and parking structure.
August 11, 1969 - August 14, 1969
Doubletree Inn at Civic Plaza, Scottsdale, Arizona
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M415 241a
Bottletree Restaurant and meeting room additions
36 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 4 graphite, color, and ink on trace, 1 graphite, ink, and adhesive film on trace, 2 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite and color on vellum, 6 graphite with transfer on vellum, 7 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 7 reproduction on bond, 3 reproduction with graphite and color on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite and color on coated bond
Drawings for the Bottletree Restaurant and proposed meeting rooms include plans, elevations, detail drawings, and section drawings. Plans include a plan and seating plan of the Bottletree Restaurant, first and second floor conference rooms, courtyard, terrace, and a landscape plan of the courtyard by Peter Lendrum. Elevations include interior and exterior elevations of the conference room addition. Detail drawings of trellis. Section drawing through conference rooms and sunken court. Design drawings show the banquette (bench seating), meeting room chalkboard and projection screen unit, Bottletree entry sign, and porte cochere. Other drawings include a map and meeting room flyers with plan, capacity, and electrical outlets noted.
February 5, 1969 - April 30, 1970
M415 241b
Doubletree Inn
74 drawings : 7 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite, color, and ink on trace, 6 graphite on vellum, 25 graphite and color on vellum, 9 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 graphite, color, and adhesive on gridded vellum, 4 brownline on vellum, 3 brownline with graphite and color on vellum, 11 brownline with graphite and white on vellum, 2 brownline on vellum taped to graphite on gridded vellum, 1 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with ink and color on bond, 1 graphite on vellum taped to graphite on bond
14 sketches : 3 graphite on trace, 3 graphite and color on trace, 4 graphite and ink on trace, 3 graphite, color, and ink on trace, 1 graphite on vellum
Drawings for the Doubletree Inn at Civic Plaza include plans, interior elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, and design drawings. Plans include the entrance level plan, restaurant plan, cocktail lounge and administrative area plan, bar and service area plans, carpet plan for ground and entrance levels, and furnishing plan. Interior elevations of the upper and lower restaurant dining room, cocktail lounge, lavatories, phone bank near entry, and VIP bar. Section drawing through cocktail lounge and dining room. Design drawings of dining room boths, front desk, wine display, and cocktail lounge bar. Some undated sketches may belong to the earlier Bottletree Restaurant and meeting rooms project.
March 7, 1975 - November 19, 1973
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M415 242
Proposed Doubletree Inn, Highway 89A and La Pasada, Sedona, Arizona
1 drawing : 1 reproduction on bond
1 sketch : 1 graphite and color on trace
One site plan and rough sketch of a plan for a proposed Doubletree Inn hotel in Sedona. The site plan shows future two-story units and a coffee shop.
circa 1969
M415 243
Doubletree Inn, Tucson, Arizona
195 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 5 graphite and color on trace, 4 graphite and ink on trace, 2 color on trace, 75 graphite on vellum, 14 graphite and color on vellum, 24 graphite on gridded vellum, 11 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 25 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite and color on vellum, 2 brownline with graphite, white, and color on vellum, 16 reproduction on bond, 3 reproduction with graphite on bond, 4 reproduction with color on bond, 3 reproduction on coated bond
3 sketches : 2 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and ink on trace
Drawings of the Doubletree Inn in Tucson, Arizona, show two-story motel units, conference and meeting rooms, the restaurant complex, and coffee shop. Multiple plans include hotel ground floor level, meeting room plans, elevator lobby, boutique, and hotel tower units. Plans of restaurant complex include kitchen equipment plans, banquet corridor and serving pantry, coffee shop, and bar; tile pattern and reflected ceiling plan are also included. Interior elevations of meeting and conference rooms, cigarette vending areas, upper dining levels, coffee tree, front desk, and cocktail lounge bar. Exterior elevations of garden, coffee hops, porte cochere and lounge. Detail drawings of cocktail lounge bar. Custom furniture design of guest room furnishings, dining room banquettes, fireplaces in coffee shop and hotel lounge, phone banks, front desk, hotel tower elevator lobby, VIP lounge, dining room gates, maitre'd stand, restaurant bench seating, and stair railings. Electrical plans include a cocktail lounge lighting plan with fixtures, guest rooms, and tower corridors. Electrical and plumbing requirements for banquet corridor, coffee shop, and bar. Kitchen equipment schedule with mechanical connections. Schedule of dining room murals.Terry designed a number of Doubletree Inn hotels through the western United States, but he is most well-known for his Phoenix and Seattle locations. For information on the Las Torres Restaurant that Terry designed for Doubletree Inn, please see "Las Torres Restaurant at La Mar Hacienda."
April 1, 1971 - April 5, 1974
M415 244
Doubletree Inn International Center restaurant and coffee stand, Los Angeles, California
38 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum, 8 graphite on gridded vellum, 3 graphite and color on vellum, 4 graphite on trace, 20 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 2 reproduction on bond
Plan, interior elevations, electrical plan, furnishing plans show the interior of the restaurant and coffee-tree stand. Schedule.
January 23, 1974 - February 26, 1974
M415 245
Proposed Doubletree Inn at Tacoma Mall, Tacoma, Washington
44 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 7 graphite and color on trace, 3 color on trace, 2 color and ink on trace, 2 graphite with color and ink on trace, 5 ink on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 4 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 ink on gridded vellum, 1 graphite on bond, 1 brownline with color on vellum, 3 reproduction on bond, 2 reproduction with graphite on bond, 3 reproduction with graphite and color on bond, 2 reproduction with color on bond, 1 reproduction with ink on bond, 2 reproduction with color and ink on bond, 1 photostat reproduction
6 sketches : 2 graphite on trace, 4 graphite and color on trace
Drawings include a site plan showing the hotel's proximity to the Tacoma Mall; plot plan with parking; and plans for the hotel building's main floor units and restaurant administration complex with multiple differing schemes; exterior elevations of the restaurant and administration complex, garden terrace, and garden court. Several drawings are reproduction drawings from other firms and include electric plans, water plans, parking plans, and paving plans for the nearby Tacoma Mall by John Graham & Company; and exterior elevations of the Tacoma Mall Theater by George T. Nowak, Architects & Associates.
March 18, 1969 - September 3, 1969
M415 246
Proposed Doubletree Inn, Seattle, Washington
34 drawings : 3 graphite on vellum, 1 photoreproduction on glossy paper, 30 adhesive lettering on impregnated vellum
Lettering blocks and preliminary plans for Doubletree Inn in Seattle. Plans show a shopping center attachment; these drawings may actually be part of the later Doubletree Inn at Southcenter in Tukwila.
circa 1969
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M416 247
Dublin House Restaurant at the Georgia Pacific Building, Southwest Fifth Avenue and Southwest Salmon Street, Portland, Oregon
82 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 4 graphite and color on trace, 10 graphite on vellum, 4 graphite and color on vellum, 14 graphite on gridded vellum, 29 graphite and color on gridded vellum,1 brownline on vellum, 6 brownline with graphite on vellum, 3 brownline with graphite and color on vellum, 4 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond, 3 reproduction with graphite and color on bond
8 sketches : 2 graphite on trace, 6 graphite and color on trace
Perspective drawings, plans, interior and exterior elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, electrical plans, mechanical plans, finish schedules, and other drawings for the Dublin House Restaurant inside the Georgia Pacific Building of Portland. Perspective drawings show the dining room and the snuggery bar. Plans include floor plans, roof framing plans, furnishing plans, and carpet layout. Elevations show the gallery, lounge and ceiling windows, kitchen and cafeteria, and entrance. There are also twenty structural drawings and a rendering of the restaurant's sign. This project was designed in collaboration with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.Terry also designed the earlier Dublin House Restaurant in Seattle. The record of this project can be found in the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series under the title, "Dublin House Restaurant."
January 21, 1969 - June 25, 1970
M416 248
Frol and Peaseley office alterations at the John Hancock Building, 204 Denny Way, Seattle, Washington
11 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 4 graphite and color on vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 3 blueline reproduction on bond
Alternate name: Peaseley and Frol Office.Site plan, electrical and lighting plan with fixtures, furniture layout, and details of the millwork in the reception area and offices for the accounting firm's offices in the John Hancock Building. The name of the company appears reversed -- Peaseley and Frol -- on one drawing. Drawings pertaining to a later interior renovation in 1974 can be found in the "Terry & Egan, Nonresidential work" series.
October 7, 1969 - October 10, 1969
M416 249
Half Moon Hotel alterations, Montego Bay, Jamaica
20 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 17 graphite on vellum
2 sketches : 2 graphite on trace
Included in these drawings are three perspectives, site plans, plans, elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, and two sketches. The Half Moon Hotel was opened in 1954. Terry's plans show alterations made to the resort property during the mid-1960s. Roland Terry & Associates worked with architect Harold Simpson on the alterations.
August 1961 - May 1965
M416 250
Hanalei Plantation proposed alterations and additions, Kauai, Hawaii
11 drawings : 6 graphite on trace, 5 graphite on vellum
8 sketches : 1 graphite on trace, 7 graphite and color on trace
Perspective drawing, plans, interior elevations, section drawing, detail drawing, and structural detail showing additions and alterations to the hotel owned by Island Holidays. Structural detail drawing is by Richard R. Bradshaw, Engineer.
November 9, 1964
M416 251
Hotel Vancouver panorama roof alterations, 900 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
14 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 4 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on bond, 5 reproduction on bond
25 sketches : 25 graphite and color on trace
Included in the project records are two perspective drawings, site plans, and section drawings that show alterations to the roof at Hotel Vancouver. The project was completed by the architectural firm Thomsen, Berwick & Pratt of Vancouver. Roland Terry, working as Roland Terry Interiors, served as the consulting interior architect on the project.
1964
M416 252
Houghton Marina Restaurant remodel, Lake Washington Boulevard and Lake View Drive, Kirkland, Washington
19 drawings : 8 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on bond, 2 color on bond, 7 reproduction on bond
Perspective drawing of the building and gateway, and site plans showing the marina and building. Other drawings by John Graham and Company, Architects include a topographic map, survey, and moorage plan that show a service station for Standard Oil Company.
January 31, 1961 - February 2, 1961
M416 253
Inglewood Country Club additions and alterations, 6505 Inglewood Road Northeast, Seattle, Washington
30 drawings : 15 graphite on trace, 11 graphite on vellum, 2 reproduction with graphite and color on bond, 1 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with color on bond
9 sketches : 3 graphite on trace, 5 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite and color on bond
Signed perspectives, plans, interior and exterior elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, electrical plans, mechanical plans and site plans show additions and alterations to the Inglewood Country Club. Remodeling focused on changes to the bar and restaurant area as well as the toilet and powder rooms. Detail drawings show door fixtures, bar lighting, countertops, cocktail tables and other furniture. Some drawings have been marked void.
August 30, 1962 - August 14, 1963
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M416 254
Inglewood Towers on Lake Washington, Seattle, Washington
72 drawings : 12 graphite on trace, 16 graphite and color on trace, 4 graphite and ink on trace, 1 graphite, color and ink on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and ink on vellum, 1 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 ink and color on gridded vellum, 6 brownline on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 8 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond, 8 reproduction with graphite and color on bond, 8 reproduction with color on bond, 1 reproduction with ink on bond, 1 reproduction with color and ink on bond, 1 photostat print
14 sketches : 5 graphite on trace, 3 graphite and color on trace, 1 color on trace, 4 graphite and ink on trace, 1 graphite, color, and ink on trace
3 photographs : 1 black and white photographic print with graphite, 2 black and white photographic prints with graphite and color
Inscribed title: Development Plan for Inglewood Golf Club Area, Inglewood Towers.Drawings include two-point perspective drawing of the Lynnwood Tower; site plan with topographic details; basement and floor plans; plans with elevations of 2- and 3-bedroom apartments; interior elevations of master bedroom, kitchen, and bath; exterior elevations; and wall sections. Landscape plan shows topiaries around parking lot. Additional plans include an aerial site survey, and a plan showing the country club, golf course, marina, towers, bird sanctuary, and parking. Also included is a golf course labeled "Plan B" by Theodore G. Robison, and a yacht basin plan by LaMonte Shorett, Architect, 1959.
August 7, 1961 - February 3, 1969
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M416 255
Jade Pagoda Restaurant remodel, 606 Broadway East, Seattle, Washington
3 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum
Plans and interior elevations of the remodel to the restaurant's interior in 1962The Jade Pagoda Restaurant opened on Capitol Hill in 1943. The red facade of the restaurant was modeled after a Chinese pagoda. The landmark building was open for sixty-three years in its location on Capitol Hill before closing its doors in 2006.
June 13, 1962 - July 16, 1962
M416 256
Kahala Hilton, 5000 Kahala Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii
43 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 34 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
7 sketches : 7 graphite on trace
Drawings and sketches show the interior of the Kahala Hilton in Honolulu, Hawaii. Roland Terry, Irene McGowan, and future partner Robert Egan worked as consulting architects for the hotel's interior spaces, in collaboration with Killingsworth, Brady & Smith, Architects, and David A. Williams, Inc., Interior Design. Included in these drawings are two signed perspective drawings of the bar and lounge, plans, interior elevations, detail drawings of millwork, seating plans, furnishing plans, and furniture designs. The Kahala was known for its lush tropical elegance and proximity to Waikiki Beach and has hosted presidents, celebrities, and athletes. The hotel was purchased by the Mandarin Oriental group in the early 1990s.
March 21, 1962 - August 19, 1963
M417 257
Kim's Broiler, 1844 Westlake Avenue North, Seattle, Washington
Alternate title: Jack McGovern Restaurant.
131 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 4 graphite and color on trace, 42 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite and color on vellum, 31 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 3 brownline on impregnated vellum, 7 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 14 reproduction on bond, 3 reproduction with graphite on bond, 2 blueline reproduction on bond, 17 blueprints
10 sketches : 10 graphite on trace
Plans, interior and exterior elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, and other drawings show additions and alterations to the Jack McGovern Restaurant, Kim's Broiler. Plans include floor plans, roof plans, bar plans, ceiling plans, and parking plans. Also included are lighting and furnishing plans, sign design, and seating plan. Additional drawings by Kalberer Hotel Supply Company of Washington and Brodie Hotel Supply, Inc.
May 5, 1972 - November 2, 1972
King George Restaurants, Washington
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M417 258a
King George Restaurants
20 drawings : 1 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 7 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 9 reproduction on bond
Twenty drawings for King George Restaurants. Drawings show fixtures, elevations, and plans consistent across the King George Restaurant locations and were used in the Burien, Mercer Island, Richmond Beach (Shoreline), and Port Angeles locations. These drawings include a plan, detail drawings, interior elevations, electrical and mechanical plans, foundation plan, framing plan, wall section, elevation of the sign, lighting plan, and drawings for interior fixtures such as the soft drink dispenser, ventilation hood, and cash register. Pluming and electrical plans were by Elsters. Interior fixture design and kitchen equipment drawings provided by Berg, Hayslette, Dupar Inc.
May 28, 1970 - October 13, 1970
M417 258b
33rd Street, Burien, Washington
10 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 7 brownline on impregnated vellum
Plans, detail drawings, specifications, and site plan.
May 1970
M417 258c
7720 SE 27th Street, Mercer Island, Washington
Inscribed title: 'Barb' Restaurant Remodel - 'King George' for Mr. David Cohn
9 drawings : 9 graphite gridded vellum
Drawings show the remodel of Mercer Island's "Barb" Restaurant to a King George Restaurant for client David Cohn. Included in these drawings are site plans, plans, entry door elevation, detail drawings, section drawings, and electrical and mechanical plans with specifications.David Cohn's residence was also designed by Roland Terry, and records relating to the residence can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates - Residential work" series.
October 27, 1969 - December 19, 1969
M417 258d
North 185th Street at Aurora Avenue North, Richmond Beach, Washington
10 drawings : 1 graphite on vellum, 5 graphite on gridded vellum, 4 brownline on impregnated vellum
1 sketch : 1 graphite on trace
4 documents : equipment lists
Drawings for the King George Restaurant include the site plan, plans, elevation drawings, detail drawings, section drawings, heating plan, and two material schedules. Five drawings numbered A1 - A5 are stamped and signed by James Mayeno. The restaurant was located at the intersection of North 185th Street and Aurora Avenue North.
1970
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M417 259
Mr. Richard Komen restaurant, Lake Forest Park, Washington
22 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 11 graphite on vellum, 5 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 brownline on vellum, 2 reproduction on bond
Drawings include a signed perspective showing the restaurant; site plan; floor plans; exterior elevations; interior elevations including elevations of the fireplace, exit stair, and partition; detail and section drawings of interior architectural features; furnishing plans of the dining room; and finish schedules. Mechanical and electrical plans have been provided by Dohrmannn Hotel Supply Co. Finished drawings have a stamped license signed by Terry's future partner Robert Egan.
February 12, 1964 - January 12, 1965
M417 260
Lake Point Tower restaurant, 505 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois
36 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite and ink on trace, 7 graphite on vellum, 10 graphite on gridded vellum, 4 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 9 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with color on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite and color on bond, 1 blueprint
3 sketches : 2 graphite on trace, 1 ink on trace
Two site plans, plans, section drawings, and one sketch for the proposed restaurant complex at Lake Point Tower in Chicago.Lake Point Tower is a landmark building on the shores of Lake Michigan in Chicago. The tower was designed by two students of Mies van der Rohe, John Heinrich and George Schipporeit. The tower was built in 1968 and, at the time of its construction, was the tallest apartment building in the world.
February 1968 - May 1968
M417 261
Las Torres Restaurant at La Mar Hacienda, Tucson, Arizona
76 drawings : 7 graphite on trace, 30 graphite on vellum, 3 reproduction on polyester film, 14 brownline on impregnated vellum, 5 graphite on bond, 16 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction on vellum
One perspective, plans, elevation drawings, detail drawings, section drawings, and sketches for Las Torres Restaurant, which occupied La Mar Hacienda, a former residence in Tucson, Arizona.The restaurant's interior was created from the residence's original structure. Terry blended details of Northwest architecture such as beamed ceilings, exterior trellises, and natural wood with the bright colors and hand-worked plaster that typical of Southwestern style. The restaurant was created for the Doubletree Inns, Inc. chain of hotels in Tucson. Drawings relating to the Tucson Doubletree that share similar design qualities can also be found in this collection.
February 1971 - November 1971
M417 262
Lindbergh International Airport restaurant, San Diego, California
Inscribed title: A Proposed Restaurant at Lindbergh Field International Airport.
16 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 6 color on trace, 2 graphite on gridded vellum, 6 reproduction on bond
2 sketches : 2 color on trace
Perspective drawings, two plans, two plot plans, two site surveys, interior elevations, detail drawings, and section drawings of the interior.
April 16, 1968 - May 8, 1968
M417 263
Marineland Restaurant additions and alterations, Palos Verdes, California
47 drawings : 7 graphite on trace, 26 graphite on vellum, 5 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 brownline on bond, 3 reproduction on bond, 1 brownline reproduction on coated paper
4 sketches : 3 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with color on bond
Drawings include a perspective drawings of additions and alterations to the restaurant and the lookout bar; plans; interior and exterior elevations; detail drawings; and development plans. Plans include floor plans, plan of the service station, and seating plans. Interior elevations show a model ship display case, foyer, women's powder room, bar, maitre'd stand, wine rack, and service stations. Detail drawings show interior trim. Also included are electrical plans, demolition plans, development plans, garden plan, rendering of the galley sign, information about the lighting equipment, and a drawing showing the drapery layout. Additional drawings include a site survey by Harry Tubbs, site plan by Marsh and McLennan-Cosgrove & Company, and a reproduction of the original 1954 floor plan by Pereira & Luckman.The Marineland Restaurant was designed by Roland Terry & Associates for the Marineland of the Pacific Park in Palos Verdes, California. The park was open from 1954 through 1987.
November 8, 1964 - May 19, 1965
M417 264
Mercer Street Restaurant, 3rd Avenue North at Mercer Street, Seattle, Washington
3 drawings : 1 graphite and color on vellum, 2 reproduction on bond paper.
Drawings show three differing plans. Of the three plans, one plan was created by Lamont & Fey, Architects, and one plan was created by Dohrmannn Hotel Supply Company.
March 1961 - April 6, 1961
Nordstrom Best, Seattle, Washington
The Nordstrom Best in downtown Seattle was a joint project by Roland Terry & Associates and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM). Together, Roland Terry & Associates and SOM designed both the structure and exterior of the building as well as the interior departments of the building. Drawings from both companies are included in these rolls. Nordstrom occupied the building until 1999 when it moved to its present location at 500 Pine Street.
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M418 265a
Architectural drawings
37 drawings : 31 brownline on impregnated vellum, 5 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 brownline with color on impregnated vellum
Two numbered sets of architectural drawings, numbered A1-A27 and A101-A110. Drawings in the set numbered A1-A27 include a title page; site plan; plans of basement, mezzanine, floors 1-5, and roof plan; exterior elevations on all sides, including alley; roof structures; and multiple building sections, both transverse and longitudinal. Drawings numbered A101-A11o include travertine details, exterior details, wall sections, entrance elevations with window details, canopy details, and roof details.
March 15, 1972 - March 20, 1973
M418 265b
Electrical drawings
28 drawings : 28 brownline on impregnated vellum
Numbered set of mechanical drawings numbered E1-E22. Drawings include a symbol list and riser diagram; motor control schedule and diagram; details and diagrams; electric plans of basement, mezzanine, and floors 1-6; and panelboard schedule.
March 15, 1972 - March 20, 1973
M418 265c
Fixture drawings
244 drawings : 186 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite with transfer lettering on vellum, 9 graphite and color on vellum, 7 graphite and ink on vellum, 1 reproduction on vellum, 35 brownline on vellum, 3 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with ink on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction with ink on bond
Fixture drawings include designs of multiple fixtures and furnishings throughout the store are numbered in the FX and FW series. The design drawings typically include an elevation and detail drawing with section drawing. Design drawings of fixtures in the FX series and among unlabeled working drawings include wall display units, wall hanging units, cube display rack, furniture showcase, display kiosk, display table, niche display rack, clothing hanging racks, sportswear hanging rack, raincoat hanging rack, slack rack, sock rack and underwear displays, panty bin, hat rack, shoe display, gift and luggage rack, sweater-shirt gondola, pants gondola, obelisk, crystal pavilion, mirror, fitting rooms, shelves, drawers, wrap desk, cash register stand, will-call desk, reader board, ladder, wrap desk, shoe shine stand, and directory sign. Fixture and material schedules are also included on some drawings. Drawings in the FW series include designs for the barnboard paneling, brass paneling, sepia mural fixtures, salon, bridal salon, shoe salon, coat department mirror wall. Also included are floor plans,framing plans, interior elevations, and reflected ceiling plans for the interior pavilions showing locations of fixtures, tile, and millwork design.
December 8, 1972 - May 21, 1973
M418 265d
Fixture and furnishing working drawings
: 4 brownline on impregnated vellum, 4 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 4 brownline with color on impregnated vellum, 2 brownline with graphite and color on impregnated vellum, 4 reproduction with color on bond, 5 reproduction with ink on bond
32 sketches : 32 graphite and color on trace
Working drawings include several plans and studies of the basement, mezzanine, and floors 1-5 for furnishings and fixtures.
March 15, 1972 - March 20, 1973
M418 265e
Graphic drawings
15 drawings : 12 graphite with transfer lettering on vellum, 2 graphite with color and transfer lettering on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on vellum,
Numbered set of graphic drawings numbered GR1-GR14 provides graphics for signs throughout the store in black vinyl with lower-case helvetica font, with elevations and plans.
July 20, 1973 - August 2, 1973
M418 265f
Mechanical drawings
17 drawings : 17 brownline on impregnated vellum
Numbered set of mechanical drawings numbered M1-M16. Drawings include a schedule, floor diagram, mechanical plans of basement, floors 1-6, and equipment room; mechanical drawings of air conditioning unit, chiller, cooling tower, pump, electric baseboard heater, reheating coil, electric reheat coil, exhaust fan, sound trap, and air valve.
March 15, 1972 - March 20, 1973
M418 265g
Structural drawings
35 drawings : 35 brownline on impregnated vellum
Two numbered sets structural drawings, numbered S1-S21 and S101-S112. Drawings in the set numbered S1-S21 include a foundation and basement plan; framing plans for the loading dock and floors 1-5; roof framing plan; foundation and basement sections and details; first floor sections and details; loading dock sections; floor sections; stair sections and details; column and footing details; beam and concrete plank schedules and details; wall elevations and sections; and general notes. Drawings in the set numbered S101-S112 include framing plans of foundation, basement, mezzanine, floors 1-4, roof framing plan, and stairway sections; sections and details of foundation, basement, first floor, and upper floors; wall elevations sand sections; column schedule and details; and beam and concrete plank details.
March 15, 1972 - January 12, 1973
Ocean Shores Estates, Ocean Shores, Washington
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M419 266a
Ocean Shores Inn additions and alterations
132 drawings : 18 graphite on trace, 12 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace taped to trace, 9 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite and color on vellum, 1 transfer on vellum, 48 graphite on gridded vellum, 9 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 ink and graphite on gridded bond, 1 color on bond, 2 brownline on vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on vellum, 15 brownline on impregnated vellum, 3 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 5 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond, 2 reproduction with color on bond
10 photographic reproductions : 10 ink on bond
Drawings show additions and alterations made to the Ocean Shores Inn for the Wendell West Company that included extending the dining area and kitchen, additional guestrooms, laundry, coffee shop, stage, dance floor, and second floor lounge and VIP room.Plans include first and second floor plans showing the existing building and proposed changes; restaurant plan, first and second floor restaurant seating plans; reflected ceiling plans; plans for shop, star dressing room, and service station; and a site development plan with parking. Multiple exterior elevations. Interior elevations of coffee shop, vestibule, foyer, gallery, dune and beach rooms, private dining rooms, second floor VIP room, corridor, lounge, and kitchen. Structural drawings include a foundation plan, roof plan, and framing plans. Electrical and lighting plan; mechanical HVAC plans on first and second floor. Multiple building sections, wall sections, and section drawing through the porte cochere addition. Design drawings show the porte cochere and sign, cabinetry, stage, salmon pit, telephone and wine room, toilet, VIP round dining table, and settees for coffee shop. Detail drawings of millwork, casework, banquette, fireplace, structural details. Additional drawings include a property map of the Ocean Shores complex with plats, and sewage disposal plans.
December 23, 1969 - April 20, 1970
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Ocean Shores Inn murals
8 drawings : 8 silver halide reproduction on polyester film (some with interleaving sheets)
Murals of seagulls, otters, ducks, and other animals used in the hotel's interior murals. Murals have been numbered in the corners by the architect.
circa 1969
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M419 266c
Ocean Shores Tower
29 drawings : 10 graphite on trace, 8 graphite and color on trace, 1 color on trace, 2 graphite and colored ink on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 6 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond
3 sketches : 1 graphite and color on trace, 2 color on trace
1 document : 1 ink on vellum
Drawings show the addition of a residential tower to the Ocean Shores Inn complex. Drawings include a perspective drawing; multiple plans including the basement plan, ground floor plan, mezzanine plan, typical tower floor, rootop bar and dining plans, cocktail lounge plan, and site plan showing a corridor to the Ocean Shores Inn with service tunnel; exterior elevation of the oceanfront side of building; building cross-section.
June 1, 1970 - June 8, 1970
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M419 267
Overlake Golf and Country Club bar-dining room addition, 8000 Northeast 16th Street, Medina, Washington
20 drawings : 8 graphite on trace, 4 graphite on vellum, 7 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum
17 sketches : 17 graphite on trace
Drawings and sketches show the bar addition to the restaurant at the Overlake Golf and Country Club. These drawings include two perspectives signed by Terry; schematic feasibility plan; plot plans; floor plans; exterior elevations; interior elevations of the ballroom, bar, and dining room; detail drawings of interior architectural features and millwork; electrical and mechanical plans; furnishing plans; and schematic feasibility studies for the country club's different floors.
October 27, 1965 - August 29, 1967
M419 268
Plaza 5 Restaurant, 1200 5th Avenue, Seattle, Washington
50 drawings : 8 graphite on trace, 16 graphite on vellum, 15 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 brownline with graphite and color on impregnated vellum, 4 reproduction on bond, 1 grpahite on polyester film, 1 ink on bond, 1 photoreproduction on photographic paper
Four differing and signed perspectives, plans, elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, mechanical drawings, schedule, and other drawings. Perspectives show the bistro, the restaurant, and the exterior awnings of the restaurant. One perspective refers to the restaurant as the "Proposed Dutch Garden Restaurant." This was a preliminary name and appears on preliminary plans for the restaurant. Also included are plans and preliminary plans of the restaurant; interior elevations of the toilet room and bar; exterior elevation of the entrance; detail drawings of the stairs, millwork, casing, and corridor screen; section drawings of the service stands and telephone stand; electrical plans by Bouillon, Christofferson, & Schairer, Engineers; mechanical drawings, including the kitchen exhaust system; heating plans for the garage, underfloor, and dining room. Other drawings include the ceiling plan, floor framing plan, seating plan, lighting plan, furnishings, and carpet layout. One drawing shows a later revision to the kitchen entrance.The restaurant was located on the ground floor of the IBM Building at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and University Street. Terry designed a number of interior spaces for restaurateur Walter Clark and his business, Clark's Enterprises, which operated a number of restaurants throughout Seattle.
August 2, 1963 - May 15, 1968
M419 269
Port Ludlow Ship's Store proposed alterations, Port Ludlow, Washington
27 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 4 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on vellum, 2 brownline with graphite and color on vellum, 15 reproduction with color on bond
18 sketches : 11 graphite on trace, 2 color on trace, 5 graphite and color on trace
Plans, exterior and interior elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, electrical plan, furnishing plan, and renderings show alterations to the restaurant's lounge. Interior elevations show the bar and cocktail lounge and the front and back bar. Two drawings by Pope & Talbot, Architects, also show elevations of the bar.
April 6, 1970 - December 23, 1970
M419 270
Proposed "Project Fish and Chips" restaurant
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
One rendering with plan shows the proposed restaurant. This drawing was probably completed for the same client as the "Project 'H' Oyster House" as the drawing was found with those project records and shares similar features.
October 9, 1969
M419 271
Project "H" Oyster House restaurant
11 drawings : 6 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 3 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with color on bond
11 sketches : 10 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace
Perspective drawing, plans, interior and exterior elevations, and two drawings by Dohrmannn Hotel Supply Company. This drawing may have been completed for the same client as the proposed "Project Fish and Chips."
June 9, 1969 - March 20, 1970
Roland Terry & Associates
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M419 272
Residence and office remodel, 803 East Prospect Street, Seattle, Washington
23 drawings : 7 graphite on vellum, 15 graphite on trace, 1 reproduction on bond
Drawings show remodeling to the bedroom, office, and bathrooms at Roland Terry's offices and residence at 803 East Prospect Street. Drawings includes plans for the first, second, and third floors; interior elevations and details of the master bedroom, guest room, design studio, bath and dressing rooms; detail drawings of the office cabinetry and reception counter; and a furniture design for a secretary's desk.The office, which previously served as an office for Terry & Moore, was remodeled in 1961 before Terry began working as Roland Terry & Associates. Remodeling undertaken while operating as Terry & Moore can be found in the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series.
March 28, 1961 - November 24, 1961
M419 273
Office, 2819 Elliott Avenue, Seattle, Washington
19 drawings : 5 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite and color on vellum, 5 graphite on gridded vellum, 3 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 brownline with graphite and color on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 2 blueline reproduction on bond
Project records show the expanded offices for Roland Terry & Associates on Elliott Avenue. Drawings include plans, interior elevations of the hallway and lavatories, detail drawings, electrical plans, finish schedule, cabinet design, reference board design, and shelving designs. Plan shows offices for Terry's associates, Robert Egan and John Mayeno, as well as a common drafting space and meeting areas.
January 11, 1968 - January 20, 1972
B89 274
Office and studio on Lopez Island, 2076 Vista Road, Lopez Island, Washington
59 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 16 graphite and color on trace, 12 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 3 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on bond, 1 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite and typed ink on vellum, 16 reproduction with ink on bond, 1 reproduction with color on bond
38 sketches : 9 graphite on trace, 26 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite, color, and ink on trace, 1 ink on vellum, 1 graphite on bond
2 documents : 1 color on bond, 1 typed ink and graphite on recipt paper
Drawings show the design for Roland Terry's studio in the San Juan Islands. Drawings include a perspective of the studio overlooking water, multiple plans, elevations, section drawings, detail drawings, schedules, and notes. Plans include a plot plan with topographic information that shows the studio, pool, terrace, storage areas, and carport; upper and lower level plans showing the studio and gatehouse. Multiple exterior elevations of the studio and gatehouse. Interior elevations of the reception room, dining room, dressing rooms, bedroom, hall, baths, guest rooms, studio, laundry, and mechanical room. Section drawings through studio, mechanical room, carport, and pool. Detail drawings including footing and structural details. Structural framing plans of studio and gate house. Design drawing of fireplace. Door and finish schedule. Early plans show a drafting office and conference room on site. The office and studio was located at Richardson Cove on Jones Bay, Lopez Island.Roland Terry's office and studio on Lopez Island was featured inHouse Beautiful, November 1960, and Architectural Digest, June 1989. The house was designed over a period of several years on a site selected specifically for its natural landscape and views over the San Juan Island. The design, noted for its Northwest aesthetic, featured a rectangluar main residence divided into symmetrical spaces by oversize driftwood posts and a similarly styled studio, detached from the main residence by an outdoor terrace. Buildings featured a sod roof planted with grasses and flowers that would blend into the landscape.
November 3, 1963 - January 28, 1965
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M420 275
Roosevelt Hotel alterations, 7th Avenue and Pine Street, Seattle, Washington
62 drawings : 30 graphite on trace, 20 graphite on vellum, 4 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 8 reproduction on bond
5 sketches : 5 graphite on trace
Drawings and sketches include perspective drawings, plans, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, furnishing plans, mechanical plans, and a floor diagram. Included in these drawings are detail drawings of windows, entrances, jambs, handrails, signs, and lighting, and section drawings of the entrance, banner drain and motor entrance.
October 12, 1962 - July 10, 1963
Sea World, San Diego, California
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M420 276
Atlantis Restaurant additions
44 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 3 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 4 graphite on gridded vellum, 5 graphite an color on gridded vellum, 7 brownline on vellum, 4 brownline with graphite on vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum, 11 reproduction on bond, 2 photograph reproductions
2 sketches : 1 graphite and color on trace, 1 brownline on vellum
Plans, elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, schedules, and other drawings show the addition of banquet room at the Atlantis Restaurant. Included in these drawings are interior elevations of the atrium, powder rooms, dining room, and server stations; section drawings include drawings of the aviary, atrium pool, maitre'd stand, curtain stand, fountains, and pools; furnishing plans show tables, millwork, and custom aquarium. Also included are ceiling plans, millwork details by La Mesa Planing Mill, and a survey by J. J. Kennedy.
December 1, 1967 - May 22, 1968
M420 277
Poseidon's Restaurant
66 drawings : 18 graphite on trace, 7 graphite and color on trace, 4 color on trace, 5 graphite on vellum, 16 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and ink on gridded vellum, 4 brownline on vellum, 7 brownline with graphite on vellum, 3 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
8 sketches : 6 color on trace, 2 graphite on vellum
Plans, interior and exterior elevations, detail drawings, section drawing, electrical plan, and other drawings for Poseidon's Restaurant. Plans show seating plans, pools, and ceiling plans. Interior elevations include a voided drawing of the wine room. Exterior elevations show the entry court and toilet rooms. Section drawings show the service station. Also included are preliminary drawings, survey, and one topographic map by Moffat & Nichol, Engineers.
August 16, 1966 - May 28, 1968
M420 278
Triton Restaurant
1 drawing : 1 graphite and color on vellum
Drawing shows plan for the proposed Triton's Restaurant. Drawing is stamped "Office Copy" and has been marked "VOID." It is unclear whether the other Sea World restaurants (Atlantis Restaurant and Poseidon's Restaurant) are related to Triton's Restaurant. It is possible that the site plan for Triton's Restaurant refers to Poseidon's Restaurant under a preliminary name.
circa 1967
Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Note: This project is only partially processed. See Visual Materials Curator for access.Following the 1962 World's Fair in Seattle, Roland Terry was asked by the City of Seattle to assist with the planning of Seattle Center in an effort to maintain the downtown property as an active recreation area for Seattle residents and visitors.The drawings included in this subseries include Terry's vision for the indoor and outdoor spaces, including alterations to the Fun Forest, renovations to the Seattle Opera House lobby, and the construction of the Seattle Center House and Food Circus. Also included in this subseries are a number of site surveys, preliminary plans, and sketches showing Terry's unrealized ideas and the existing structures post-World's Fair at the Seattle Center property.
Armory building alterations
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279a
Phase I, Part I
65 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 22 graphite on gridded vellum, 13 brownline on vellum, 4 brownline on impregnated vellum, 4 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction with trace on bond, 17 blueline reproduction on bond
Drawings and sketches show the alterations and additions made to the Armory Building at Seattle Center. Drawings include complete architectural drawings with one site plan, basement and floor plans, demolition plans, interior elevations, ceiling plans, lighting plans, sound plans, and detail drawings of the stairs. Also included are a set of mechnical drawings and studies by The Richardson Associates. Four drawings show the existing armory building plan prior to alterations.
January 3, 1973 - February 20, 1973
279b
Phase I, Part II
44 drawings : 11 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 color on bond, 1 graphite on trace taped to bond, 28 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 brownline with color on impregnated vellum
Drawings include a partial plan of the north side of the building, exterior elevation and plan of the west walkway and building entry, revised electrical and mechanical plans, fire protection plan, irrigation plan, multiple landscape plans. Working drawings include entry studies, wall color studies, and designs for hanging planter and speaker box. Additional drawing shows a perspective and interior elevation of the Armory Gardens.
June 12, 1973 - January 29, 1975
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HA52 279
Electrical plans
Inscribed title: State of Washington Field Artillery Armory
A. M. Young and F. A. Naramore (Architects)
16 drawings : 16 diazotype (brown) reproduction on impregnated vellum
Numbered sets of reproduction drawings show the original electrical plans by A. M. Young and F. A. Naramore for the Armory building. Electrical plans of the first floor, garage and repair shop, second floor, third floor, fourth floor, and basement. Lighting fixture designs, switchboard details, and other electric fixtures (clocks, exit signs).
December 1939; reproduced circa 1970s
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279c
Exhibition House
3 drawings : 3 graphite on vellum
Plan and elevation.
October 9, 1961 - October 26, 1961
279d
Food Circus
65 drawings : 13 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 23 graphite on gridded vellum, 28 brownline on vellum
Drawings include an interior perspective and a complete set of construction drawings by Roland Terry & Associates, with mechanical and electrical drawings by Brown-Radin, Engineers. Additional working drawings include a design for an Orange Julius, elevation drawing, and supplementary drawings. This record set also includes a set of 22 drawings showing the original design for the Food Circus at the Century 21 World's Fair from Durham, Anderson & Freed.
November 8, 1968
279e
Fun Forest
22 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 7 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on gridded vellum, 5 brownline on impregnated vellum, 2 ink on bond, 2 brownline on bond
Drawings include multiple perspectives showing the East Gate entrance, the Silver Gate entrance, and a pavilion for the arcade and Scrambler ride. Additional drawings include a site plan; signage plan; multiple landscape plans showing a remodel of the Hawaii pavilion and planting and paving along Nob Hill Avenue; and a development for the silver gate area. Detail drawings of retaining walls, concessiona buildings, and Hawaii pavilion. Multiple mechanical plans.Drawings for the M.A.C. Amusement Company concessionaire associated with the Fun Forest can be found under "Kiosks."
April 17, 1963 - June 12, 1963
Kiosks
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279f
Concession kiosks
3 drawings : 3 graphite on vellum
Drawings include a design for concession kiosks with plan, elevation, section drawing, detail drawing, and electrical plan.
May 21, 1963
279g
M. A. C. Amusement Company food kiosk
20 drawings : 6 graphite on trace, 2 graphite with color on trace, 9 graphite on vellum, 2 reproduction with graphite on bond, 1 graphite on trace taped to reproduction on bond
Drawings include a partial site plan showing the kiosk with multiple plans showing alterations to the kiosk with elevations and section drawings. Other drawings include multiple roof designs with handwritten calculations and a sketched perspective.
February 7, 1967 - March 2, 1967
279h
Seattle Center Fountain
3 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 1 brownline on bond
Drawings include a signed perspective and elevation of the Seattle Center Fountain kiosk.
1963
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279i
Le Petit Theatre
35 drawings
February 23, 1962
279j
Little Gallery Restaurant for Fountain Plaza
18 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 7 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction with color on bond, 4 brownline on vellum, 4 brownline with color on vellum
Drawings include a perspective drawing of the restaurant with colored duplicates.
November 10, 1967 - December 10, 1967
279k
Midway buildings
11 drawings : 7 graphite on vellum, 4 brownline on impregnated vellum
Drawings include plot plan, plan, exterior elevations, detail drawings, and section drawings of midway buildings. Additional drawings include structural drawings, and roof and column details.
April 9, 1963 - May 27, 1963
279l
Opera house
47 drawings : 14 graphite on trace, 9 graphite on vellum, 5 graphite on gridded vellum, 6 brownline on vellum, 5 reproduction on bond, 1 blueprint reproduction on bond, 4 blueprint reproduction with graphite on bond, 2 graphite on polyester film, 1 ink on polyester film
Drawings show the lobby renovation and interior decoration for the Seattle Center Opera House. Drawings include a perspective of the interior lobby, with plan and multiple interior elevations of the lobby. Later drawings provide a plan and elevations with miscellaneous detail drawings showing additions to the north reading room; a proposed plan for the symphony's Silver Room; the Guild Lounge; concession stand alterations including a design for bar and torte stand; and a donor wall with plaque design.
October 7, 1969 - March 24, 1977
279m
Piccoli Theater
9 drawings : 4 graphite and color on trace, 2 graphite on bond, 2 blueprint on bond, 1 reproduction with ink on bond
Drawings show the addition of a restroom at Piccoli Theater with plan, elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, and specifications sheet; reproductions of the building's original plans contain handwritten notes by the architect.
December 5, 1966 - December 12, 1969
Seattle Center House
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279n
Wet Whiskers kiosk
7 drawings : 5 graphite on vellum, 1 blueline reproduction on bond, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum
Inscribed title: Kiosk for Wet Whiskers at Center House for Mr. Jim Stewart. Drawings include a plan, elevation, detail drawings, and section drawings showing the kiosk and entrance.
April 24, 1974 - April 4, 1977
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279o
Site development plans
11 drawings : 5 brownline on vellum, 1 reproduction with marker on bond, 4 blueprint reproduction on bond
Drawings include a four site plans showing the redevelopment of Seattle Center, an urban design plan showing roads from Interstate-5 to Seattle Center, and an updated parking plan. This set of records also includes five reproductions of site development plans from the Century 21 World's Fair by Paul Thiry, dated April 17, 1964.
circa 1975
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279p
Monorail station
5 drawings : 5 brownline on impregnated vellum
Adrian Wilson & Associates (Architect)
Inscribed title: Exposition Monorail Station for Alweg Rapid Transit Systems of Washington State, Inc. Drawings by Adrian Wilson & Associates show the monorail station at the Century 21 World's Fair Exposition grounds. Drawings include a site and grading plan, station and dimension plan with finish schedule, station and platform plan with details, station exterior elevations with sections and details, and an electrical site plan. Drawings are numbered, but this is not a complete set.
June 9, 1961 - June 23, 1961
279q
Signs
44 drawings : 33 graphite on trace, 6 graphite on vellum
circa 1975
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M423 280
Seattle Yacht Club interior additions and alterations, 1807 East Hamlin Street, Seattle, WA
15 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 6 graphite on vellum, 8 reproduction on bond
Drawings for alterations and additions include one perspective drawing, floor plans including plans for the kitchen and dining rooms, interior elevations, and preliminary plans for interior finishes and furnishings. Eight of these drawings are reproductions by John Graham & Company.The Seattle Yacht Club was established in 1892 on Elliott Bay. The Club moved to its location on Portage Bay in 1920. Alterations were made to the 1920 clubhouse and restaurant in 1961 by the architectural firm John Graham & Company, Architects. Roland Terry, operating as Roland Terry Interiors, served as the consulting interior architect on the project.
March 3, 1961 - November 1, 1961
M423 281
Proposed Sedro Woolley Turnkey Development, Sterling Street and Alexander Street, Sedro Woolley, Washington
11 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 reproduction on bond
4 sketches : 4 graphite on trace
Drawings and sketches include one floor plan, site plans and section drawings that provide differing schemes for the development. There are also two drawings by Wolf-Wittenburg, Architects, that show plans and elevations of the rooms. The development was conceived as a housing project for the elderly in the City of Sedro Woolley.
March 13, 1970 - April 8, 1970
Siegel Building, 1707 Olive Way East, Seattle, Washington
Alternate name: Seattle Decorative Center.Terry referred to the Siegel Building as the Siegel Furniture Building, Siegel Store, and the Seattle Decorative Center. The original design was completed by Roland Terry while he was operating as Terry & Moore, however, Terry designed later additions and alterations to the building while operating as Roland Terry & Associates; records relating to the original design can be found in the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series. In addition to this design, Terry also designed the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Siegel, which can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Residential work" series.
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M423 282a
Proposed addition at 114 Boylston Avenue East
78 drawings : 16 graphite on trace, 13 graphite and color on trace, 1 color and ink on trace, 15 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite and color on vellum, 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 brownline with graphite and color on vellum, 3 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 4 reproduction on bond, 13 reproduction with color on bond, 6 reproduction with color and ink on bond
1 sketch : 1 ink and color on trace
Drawings show a proposed building addition with parking and courtyard to replace an existing apartment building neighboring the property. Drawings include a perspective drawing of the building, plot plan, plans of the first, second, and third floors with wall changes noted; upper floor office partition plan; exterior elevation of building and interior court; section drawings through building and courtyard; preliminary mechanical plans for all levels; finish schedule; and structural drawings that show the roof and first floor framing and second floor truss joists.
March 9, 1964 - March 19, 1964
M423 282b
Proposed parking addition
7 drawings : 4 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 1 reproduction with color on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite and color on bond
2 sketches : 2 graphite on trace
1 document : 2 brownline on vellum
Drawings show a proposed parking lot connected to the existing building. Plot plan of the existing building has handwritten notes along walkway; section drawings through parking lot.
March 13, 1969
M423 282c
Covered walkway addition
3 drawings : 2 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 reproduction with color on bond
2 documents : 2 brownline on vellum
Drawings show a covered walkway addition adjacent to the existing building. Drawings include a plot plan, plan of walkway and parking, exterior elevations, and section drawings of walkway with structural details. Documents include structural notes and memorandum by Olsen & Ratti, Engineers.
June 9, 1971 - June 21, 1971
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M423 283
Spinnaker Restaurant, Alaska Way and Bay Street, Seattle, Washington
10 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 2 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond, 4 blueline reproduction on bond
Site plans and surveys for the Spinnaker Restaurant on Elliot Bay in Seattle. Terry's drawings include site plans, and a seating plan for the restaurant. Additional site plans are by Charles Morgan & Associates; two surveys by Bayside Land, Incorporated; and one photographic aerial survey by Pacific Aerial Surveys.
March 4, 1966 - March 23, 1966
M423 284
Tamarack Inn, 291 Walnut Avenue, Ketchum, Idaho
54 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 47 graphite on vellum, 3 reproduction on bond
1 sketch : 1 graphite on trace
Alternate name: Tamarack Lodge.Drawings include plans, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations of the rooms and properties, site plans, topographic maps, furnishing plans, and lighting plans. The Tamarack Inn is located in the Sun Valley area of Ketchum, Idaho. Terry designed a small number of properties in the Sun Valley area including the A-framed Christiania Restaurant in the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series,
1964
M423 285
Tukwila Motor Hotel, 205 Strander Boulevard, Tukwila, Washington
Alternate title: Doubletree Inn at Southcenter, Tukwila.
303 drawings : 27 graphite on trace, 9 graphite and color on trace, 31 graphite on vellum, 5 graphite and color on vellum, 20 graphite and color on vellum, 95 graphite on gridded vellum, 24 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 2 ink on gridded vellum, 4 brownline on vellum, 29 brownline with graphite on vellum, 14 brownline with graphite and color on vellum, 5 brownline on impregnated vellum, 13 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 7 reproduction on bond, 14 reproduction on vellum, 3 blueline reproduction on bond, 1 ink on polyester film
Perspective drawing, site plans, plans, elevation drawings, detail drawings, section drawings, electrical plans, mechanical and plumbing plans, and other drawings show the Tukwila Motor Hotel at Southcenter. Included in these drawings are plans of the units, cabana, stairs, restaurant and administration area, room layout and furnishing plans. Interior elevations show the room units, suite design, lobby, cocktail lounge, dining room, coffee shop and sundry store, banquet room, conference room, and public toilets. Exterior elevations show the north and south wings of the hotel, cabana, and restaurant. Section drawings show the interior walls, doors, and stairs. Detail drawings show the trim, cabinets, wine rack. Exterior plans show the foundation, site and grading, terrace, roof, exterior lighting, and parking.The Tukwila Motor Hotel was later part of the Doubletree Hotel chain under the name "Doubletree Inn at Southcenter" and drawings showing later revisions to the hotel were done by Terry & Egan in 1969. Later drawings are also available in this collection and can be found in the "Terry & Egan, Nonresidential work" series. A small set of drawings under the title "Doubletree Inn, Seattle" that may refer to the Tukwila Motor Hotel and the Doubletree Inn at Southcenter can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" series.
April 26, 1967 - August 21, 1968
M424 286
Universal Services, Inc. office remodel, 109 West Mercer Street, Seattle, Washington
2 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum
Inscribed title: Remodeling of office suite for Mr. George Hiddleston, Universal Services, Inc.Plans, interior elevations, and electrical notes refer to George Hiddleston's office suite alterations. Interior elevations include small drawings of the restroom, bar, and closet.
March 20, 1961
M420; HA66 287
Valley River Inn, 1000 Valley River Way, Eugene, Oregon
9 rolls : approximately 250 drawings and sketches
6 murals : 6 ink on polyester film
Note: This project is unprocessed.
Drawings show the Valley River Inn in Cottage Grove, near Eugene. These drawings include floor plans, interior court plans, furniture plans and specifications, elevation and detail drawing of the porte cochere, plan and electrical drawings showing the salesman suites, a seating plan for the sales suite, custom furnishings and furnishing plans, and a site survey for the Valley River Center. Also included are murals for the interior of the hotel's lobby, and bedroom furniture designs by Brandrud Manufacturing Company.Later drawings showing the addition of a porte cochere and conference areas can be found in the "Terry & Egan, Nonresidential work" series.
1972-1973
M424 288
Vista Linda Golf and Swimming Club, Palm Desert, California
72 drawings : 13 graphite on trace, 10 graphite and color on trace, 2 graphite with ink on trace, 13 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite and color on vellum, 8 graphite on gridded vellum, 9 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 4 brownline with graphite on vellum, 4 reproduction on bond, 2 reproduction with ink on bond, 4 reproduction with color on bond
21 sketches : 7 graphite on trace, 12 graphite and color on trace, 2 color on trace
Drawings of the Vista Linda Golf and Swimming Club include a perspective drawing of the clubhouse and pool by Tadeusz Kublicki, Beverly Hills; multiple plans; landscape plans; interior and exterior elevations; detail and section drawings; structural drawings; electrical and mechanical plans; and an interior finish schedule. Plans include the upper and lower levels of the clubhouse, roof plan, main floor dining room seating, and porte cochere. Landscape plans show outdoor garden sculptures, planting plans, and grounds with jacuzzi, gazebo, and golfers' areas. Exterior elevation of the clubhouse and porte cochere. Interior elevations of clubhouse and restrooms. Structural drawings include a roof framing plan. Electrical and plumbing plans for the kitchen and snack bar. Site plan of Vista Linda has topographic overlay showing the clubhouse, parking lots, pool, and partial green. Additional clubhouse floor plan and exterior elevations by the Wendell-West Company.
circa 1970
Washington Athletic Club, 1325 Sixth Avenue, Seattle, Washington
The Washington Athletic Club (WAC), located at the corner of Sixth Avenue and Union Street in downtown Seattle, was founded in 1930. After World War II, the WAC substantially expanded and remodeled its facilities during the 1950s and 1960s. Projects identified from Terry's earlier firm have been listed with the Washington Athletic Club records in the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series.
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M424 289a
Ember Room remodel
28 drawings : 7 graphite on trace, 4 graphite and color on trace, 8 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite and color on vellum, 1 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline with color on impregnated vellum, 2 reproduction on bond, 3 reproduction with color on bond
10 sketches : 7 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite on bond
Drawings show remodeling done to the Ember Room and include multiple plans, interior elevations, custom furniture designs, and lighting plan. Plans show the floor plan of the Ember Room and lobby, seating plan, and carpet plan. Interior elevations of Ember Room and lobby include a proposed color scheme for the walls. Custom furniture designs of service stations, banquette, candelabras, silver containers, maitre'd stand, wine display cabinet, and entrance doors. Additional design drawing of service stations and sinks by Dohrmann Hotel Supply Company.
April 21, 1961 - January 4, 1962
M424 289b
Bowling alley
5 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum
Preliminary plan of second floor changes that show the addition of a bowling alley, lounge, locker rooms, office areas, mechanical room, and mens' room. Interior elevation of storage wall for bowling balls, bags, and coats.
October 2, 1961 - July 27, 1962
M424 289c
Oak Room and Trophy Room alterations
17 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 7 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 2 brownline on impreganted vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
1 sketch : 1 graphite on trace
Drawings show alterations to the Oak Room and the Trophy Room and include plans, interior elevations, detail and section drawings, electrical and mechanical drawings, and finish schedule. Perspective drawing shows the interior of the Trophy Room. Plans include a plot plan with a location of the area of alteration on the fourth floor, and a plan of the Oak Room with furnishing plan and reflected ceiling plan. Interior elevations of the Oak Room show the main dining room, elevator, foyer, private dining room, and dining alcove. Detail drawings of service station, millwork, folding screen, and trophy case designs.
February 19, 1964 - Ma 27, 1964
M424 289d
Fourth floor alterations
5 drawings : 4 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on gridded vellum
Drawings show alterations to mens' bar on the fourth floor that includes new shutters, adjustments to the windows and lights, the removal of banquettes and planter, and updating the grille screen and other fixtures. Drawings include a plan of the lounge with proposed changes, existing plan, and new seating plan. Interior elevation of lounge walls. Detail drawings of service station and decoative screen.
February 1, 1966 - August 30, 1966
M424 289e
Lobby refurbishing
56 drawings : 24 graphite on trace, 2 color on trace, 1 graphite and ink on trace, 1 graphite, color, and ink on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace taped to graphite on trace, 5 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 15 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on bond, 2 reproduction with graphite and color on bond, 3 brownline with graphite on vellum
34 sketches : 5 graphite on trace, 2 color on trace, 9 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite on trace taped to graphite on trace, 3 graphite on bond, 4 graphite and color on bond, 6 reproduction with graphite and color on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite, color, and ink on bond, 2 ink on bond, 1 printed magazine image taped to graphite and color on bond
5 documents : 4 graphite on bond, 1 typed ink on bond
Drawings show alterations to mens' bar on the fourth floor that includes new shutters, adjustments to the windows and lights, the removal of banquettes and planter, and updating the grille screen and other fixtures. Drawings include a plan of the lounge with proposed changes, existing plan, and new seating plan. Interior elevation of lounge walls. Detail drawings of service station and decoative screen.
October 21, 1966 - November 22, 1967
M424 289f
Additions and alterations
6 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 4 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum
Miscellaneous drawings showing additions and alterations to the Washington Athletic Club undertaken by Roland Terry & Associates include plans of the 16th, 17th, and 18th floor plans (1961), auditorium remodeling (1962), second floor demolition plan and alterations (1963), third floor (1963), and revised barber shop and ceiling plans (1964). Interior elevations of the 21st floor and barber shop.
July 25, 1961 - April 2, 1964
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M425 290
Washington Park Tower, 1620 43rd Avenue East, Seattle, Washington
236 drawings : 23 graphite on trace, 5 graphite and color on trace, 3 graphite, color, and ink on trace, 1 ink and color on trace, 82 graphite on vellum, 18 graphite and color on vellum, 1 graphite, color, and white on vellum, 1 graphite on vellum with adhesive, 38 graphite on gridded vellum, 24 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and typed ink on vellum, 3 brownline with graphite and ink on vellum, 4 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 brownline with color on impregnated vellum, 1 brownline on vellum taped to ink and graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on bond, 10 reproduction on bond, 2 reproduction with graphite and ink on bond, 2 reproduction with graphite and color on bond, 12 reproduction with color on bond, 1 reproduction with ink and color on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite, color, and ink on bond, 1 photostat print
12 sketches : 7 graphite on trace, 4 graphite on vellum,1 graphite and color on bond
Drawings include perspective drawings of the tower exterior and the interior of a furnished apartment; structural drawings, plot plans, elevation profile, construction plans, and architectural drawings for the underground parking garage, porte cochere, and tower. Plans include floor plans from the basement through the 23rd floor, penthouse plan, typical unit plan, roof plans, reflected ceiling plan, and parking garage plan. Exterior elevations of tower and garage. Interior elevations of the tower building show the lounge, lobby, and entrance vestibule; interior elevations of tower units show the living room, dining room, entry, kitchen, utility room, bedroom, bath, dressing room, closet, lavatory, toilet, study, and guest room. Detail drawings of stairs, bathroom accessories, cabinetry, balconies, and fireplace. Electrical and mechanical drawings include a lighting plan, electrical plan, plumbing plan, as well as drawings for the lighting control diagram, plumbing and ventilation risers. Finish and fixture schedule. Also included are Terry's preliminary plans for the towers inscribed as the "Cascade Residential Tower" and the "1620 Tower."Washington Park Tower is a high-rise condominium development on the shores of Lake Washington. Controversial for its height, the twenty-three-story high-rise condominium was the only high-rise building in the otherwise residential neighborhood. Terry responded to criticisms of the tower's height by claiming that it occupied less visual space than the construction of an equal number of residences would.In 1976, Terry & Egan completed a small number of drawings showing additions and alterations to the Washington Park Tower. A description of these drawings can be found in the "Terry & Egan, Nonresidential work" series.
November 16, 1962 - November 1969
M425 291
The Windjammer Restaurant at Shilshole Bay, 7001 Seaview Avenue Northwest, Seattle, Washington
36 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 25 graphite on vellum, 5 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Drawings include a signed perspective of the lounge and porte cochere; demolition plan; floor plans; interior elevations; elevation and detail drawings of the bar service stations; detail drawings of railing, paneling, and millwork; furnishing plans with elevations; seating plans; and electrical plans.The Windjammer Restaurant at the Shilshole Marina on Shilshole Bay in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood is one of many restaurants Roland Terry designed for restaurateur Walter Clark of Clark's Enterprises. Terry based his theme for the interior design of the restaurant on Northwest nautical history. Also in the Roland Terry Architectural Drawings is Terry's proposed Windjammer South restaurant at the Des Moines Marina.
April 17, 1962 - October 2, 1962
M425 292
Proposed Windjammer South at Des Moines Marina, Washington
9 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 4 graphite and color on trace, 1 brownline with color on bond, 2 handwritten notes on bond
2 sketches : 2 color on trace
2 documents : 2 color on bond
Alternate title: Des Moines Marina Restaurant.Proposal drawings for the restaurant at Des Moines Marina. Included in these drawings are two similar perspective drawings, interior plans, and a survey by Reid, Middleton, and Associates. In the perspective, the restaurant is shown with the Windjammer flag flying out front, though the majority of drawings are named "Des Moines Marina Restaurant." Research on the restaurant at Des Moines Marina indicates that the restaurant built there was named Windjammer South, though it was not designed by Roland Terry.
September 24, 1969 - September 26, 1969

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M425 293
Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Abrams residence, Mercer Island, Washington
97 drawings : 16 graphite on trace, 72 graphite on vellum, 6 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 graphite on bond, 2 reproduction on bond
2 sketches : 2 graphite on trace
Drawings and sketches include plans, interior elevations, one exterior elevation, detail drawings, section drawings, electrical and mechanical plans, site plan, landscape plan, and furnishing plan.
1976
M425 294
Mr. and Mrs. A. Stewart Ballinger residence cabana and pool terrace remodel, Seattle, Washington
3 drawings : 3 graphite on vellum
Drawings show design for staircase and railing on the pool terrace at the Ballinger residence. Roland Terry, then operating as Terry & Moore, designed pool terrace and cabana and did some interior alterations to the residence; records pertaining to these changes are included in this collection in the "Terry & Moore, Residential work" series.
July 3, 1974
M425 295
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Bradley country residence, Santa Barbara County, California
55 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 3 graphite on vellum, 16 graphite on gridded vellum, 4 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 4 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 21 reproduction on bond
12 sketches : 8 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite on bond, 1 photographic reproduction
Drawings include one signed perspective, plans, foundation plan, elevation drawings, detail drawings, section drawings, electrical plan, mechanical plan, heating plan, interior finish schedule, site plans, and structural plans. Interior elevations show the reception room, mantle, entrance hall, guestroom, bathroom, and closets. Detail drawings show millwork of doors, windows, and fireplace. Preliminary plans showing the staff quarters and other drawings marked "void" are also included, as well as a topographic map of the property by Pacific Western Aerial Surveys.
June 21, 1982 - July 1, 1983
M426 296
W. Eugene Brain country house, Whidbey Island, Washington
61 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 24 graphite on gridded vellum, 11 graphite on trace taped to gridded vellum, 4 brownline on impregnated paper, 21 photoreproduction on bond
120 sketches : 120 graphite on trace (approximate count)
Drawings and sketches for the country house of W. Eugene Brain on Whidbey Island in Northwest Washington. Included in these drawings are one perspective drawing, plans, interior and exterior elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, mechanical drawings, and four topographic maps by Western Pacific Engineering, Inc.
July 1983 - October 1984
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Culter
Roland Terry designed a number of residences for Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Culter in British Columbia, Canada. The two residences presented here were designed by Terry & Egan, however, earlier drawings relating to the Culters' previous residence at Glendalough Place in Vancouver can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Residential work" series.
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M426 297
Residence at Hood Point
46 drawings : 20 graphite on trace, 7 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite and ink on trace, 3 graphite on vellum, 8 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite and color on bond, 1 reproduction with ink on bond, 1 reproduction with ink and color on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite on vellum
2 sketches : 2 color on trace
Drawings include one perspective drawing of the back porch, plans, elevations, section drawings, detail drawings, mechanical drawings. Plans include a site plan with topographic details and the location of the residence and main floor plan drawn in; roof framing plan; foundation plan; main floor plan; captain's cabin on the second floor; carport and covered walkway; electrical plans. Elevations include multiple exterior elevations of the residence, elevations of the covered walkway and carport; interior elevations of custom cabinetry in the bathroom and dressing rooms, cabinetry in the dining room, captain's cabin, bedroom, utility room, and lanai. Detail drawings of cabinetry, kitchen counters, and the utility room. Section drawings show the roof truss, fire place, living and dining areas, entry, kitchen cabinetry, sliding door, and shutters. Drawings also include the design for the kitchen work table and utility wing. Topographic survey of the site by Antony C. Loach & Associates, Surveyors; plot plan of Hood Point by Underhill & Underhill, Engineers and Surveyors.
February 26, 1975 - October 3, 1975
M426 298
Penthouse residence, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
6 drawings : 1 graphite and color on vellum, 4 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond`
3 sketches : 1 graphite on trace, 2 ink on trace
Sketches show the furniture plan designed by Terry & Egan for Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Culter's penthouse residence in Vancouver. Two working drawings are by Musson, Cattell & Associates, Architects, and show the upper and lower penthouse plan.
August 2, 1980
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M426 299
Captain Robert Eichler residence, Hunts Point Road, Hunts Point, Washington
37 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 18 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 10 reproduction on bond, 4 brownline on vellum
Site plans, floor plans, roof framing plans, exterior elevations and details, interior elevations, detail drawings of cabinets, mechanical plans, furnishing plans, and a voided plan with elevations of the motor court and pool enclosure. Additional drawings for Captain Robert Eichler that relate to the interior remodel of his boat, Motor Ship Dauntless, that Terry & Egan completed in 1980 can be found in the "Terry & Egan Nonresidential work" series.
April 9, 1980 - October 13, 1982
M426 300
Fitzgerald residence window wall alterations, Lopez Island, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
One plan with interior and exterior elevations and detail drawings of various window parts.
October 8, 1975
M426 301
Mr. and Mrs. John Franco residence, Beach Drive, Seattle, Washington
21 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 2 graphite on vellum, 10 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 brownline on vellum, 4 reproduction on bond
13 sketches : 13 graphite and color on trace
Drawings and sketches show the proposed plan for the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John Franco. Included in these drawings are three signed perspective drawings, site plans, foundation plans, floor plans, a plan and section drawing showing a proposed carport addition, exterior elevations, interior elevations, detail drawings, mechanical plans, electrical plans, and one garden development plan.
February 1960 - March 1960
M426 302
Bud Griffin residence alterations
8 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 3 graphite on vellum
Plan, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, and detail drawing of the door jambs.
August 6, 1976 - April 20, 1981
M426 303
Dr. and Mrs. Goertzen residence remodel and furnishings, Mercer Island, Washington
7 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 6 graphite on gridded vellum
Floor plans, interior elevations, and section drawings show the remodel of the sauna and bath. One drawing is marked void.
September 20, 1977 - November 11, 1977
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hadley's properties
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M426 304
Residence, 2633 Kalanianaole Highway, Honolulu, Hawaii
3 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Drawings for the residence of Dick and Claudette Hadley include a floor plan, and plans showing a proposed bath.
October 31, 1974 - December 13, 1974
M426 305
Residence on Route 2, Arlington, Washington
5 drawings : 2 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on polyester film, 2 reproduction on bond
Inscribed title: A Residence for Richard and Claudette Hadley.Floor plans, finish schedule, landscape plan, and topographic map with site plan.
June 20, 1972 - July 26, 1974
M426 306
Condominium at the Whaler, Kaanapali Beach, Maui, Hawaii
12 drawings : 5 graphite on vellum, 5 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Drawings include plans, interior elevations of powder room and sliding screen, furnishing plans, and detail drawings of kitchen cabinets, mirrors, and medicine cabinets.
October 4, 1974 - April 18, 1975
John Hauberg and Anne Gould Hauberg Properties
Terry designed a number of properties for John Hauberg, and continued to add and remodel the properties throughout his career. Records relating to the country residence and town home can be found in the "Terry & Moore, Residential work" series as well as the "Roland Terry & Associates, Residential work" series.
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M426 307
Country residence custom pool cover, Country Club Road, Bainbridge Island, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite and color on vellum
Drawing shows elevations and details of the custom pool cover Terry designed for the Hauberg country residence.Terry designed the Haubergs' country residence while operating as Terry & Moore in 1956-1957. Later, operating then as Roland Terry & Associates, he designed the pool at the country residence while completing several additions and remodeling to the residence in 1965-1967.
September 10, 1976
M426 308
Town home residence remodel with solarium and garden room additions, 1101 McGilvra Boulevard, Seattle, Washington
9 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 5 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum
Plans, interior elevations, and detail drawings show cabinetry remodeling, solarium, and garden room additions to the Hauberg town home in Seattle. Terry designed the town home residence in 1954-1956 while operating as Terry & Moore.
January 16, 1976 - September 7, 1976
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M426 309
Sue Hauberg equestrian center stable remodel and arena addition at Victoria Heights, 315 Street Northwest, Stanwood, Washington
12 drawings : 4 graphite on gridded vellum, 4 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 4 brownline on vellum
Alternate title: Tillicum Stables.Drawings show a stable remodel and arena addition for Sue Hauberg's equestrian center, Tillicum Stables. Drawings include site plan, foundation plan, roof framing plan, plan of the arena addition, exterior elevation, partial plan and elevation of aisle gates, and detail drawings of millwork and skylight.Terry completed the original design for the equestrian center in 1970; records relating to that project are included in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Residential work" series.
July 25, 1984
M426 310
Dr. and Mrs. George Kennaugh residence addition at Chinom Point, Kitsap County, Washington
10 drawings : 1 graphite on vellum, 5 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 3 reproduction on bond
Site plan, foundation plans, floor plans, exterior elevations, interior elevations, mechanical plan, specifications, property surveys and topographic maps.
February 17, 1976 - May 18, 1976
Lindal Cedar Homes
Lindal Cedar Homes is a Seattle-based company specializing in custom cedar homes. The Lindal Cedar Homes style is marked by a post-and-beam construction. Terry worked with Lindal Cedar Homes' designs to create an interior space or make other alterations to a client's residence. The project, "A Mountain Chalet for Mr. and Mrs. Ward Meeks" contains drawings for Lindal Cedar Homes and has been described in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Residential work" series.
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M427 311
Proposed residence, Seattle, Washington
8 drawings : 8 graphite on vellum
3 sketches : 3 graphite on trace
Drawings show a proposed residence in Seattle using the Lindal Cedar Homes construction. Drawings include plans, exterior elevations, and section drawings.
July 15, 1976 - December 30, 1977
M427 312
Proposed residence
13 drawings : 4 graphite on gridded vellum, 3 brownline reproduction on bond, 5 blueline reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction on bond
Drawings relating to a house for Lindal Cedar Homes. Drawings include a final plan, exterior elevations, details, and alternate floor plan by Roland Terry. Also included are five reproductions by Lindal Cedar Homes showing their trademark post-and-beam construction,
January 1979 - May 1979
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M427 313
Mr. Francisco E. de Paula Machado residence at Cabo Frio, Rio de Janiero, Brazil
49 drawings : 11 graphite on trace, 32 graphite on vellum, 5 brownline on vellum, 1 reproduction with graphite on polyester film
Inscribed title: A Design for A Country Residence by the Sea for Sehnor Francisco de Machado.Project records for the seaside Machado residence in Brazil include signed perspectives, plot plan, foundation plans and details, floor plans, structural drawings, exterior elevations, roof framing plans, door and window details, interior elevations, detail and section drawings of the millwork, electrical plans, topographic map, and a plan showing proposed revisions to the master bedrooms, kitchen, and pool terrace. Drawings done in collaboration with consulting architect Rolf W. Huther.
October 19, 1978 - April 21, 1980
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn S. Miller country estate, Redmond Valley, Washington
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M427 314a
Country residence
77 drawings : 18 graphite on trace, 4 graphite and color on trace, 1 brownline on bond, 6 graphite on vellum, 37 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 7 brownline with graphite on vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum
13 sketches : 6 graphite on trace, 6 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite on gridded vellum
4 document pages : 4 typed ink on bond
Signed perspective drawing, plans, interior and exterior elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, electrical and mechanical plans, furnishing plans, and other drawings show the country residence of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn S. Miller. Detail drawings show details of windows, doors, and cabinets, door jambs, beams, columns, sliding door, fascia shingles, and roof. Additional drawings for the property include a site plan, plot plan, terrace plan, topographic study, and a drawing showing the site grading and driveway.Other drawings for the later addition of a stable-arena are also in the Roland Terry Architectural Drawings, however, early drawings included with this group show provisions for a future stable-arena complex.
June 12, 1975 - September 7, 1977
M427 314b
Stable-arena complex
6 drawings : 4 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 graphite and color on gridded vellum
Drawings show the stable-arena complex located at the country residence of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn S. Miller. These drawings include preliminary plans, site plans, and main floor plans, as well as exterior elevations and section drawings of the stable.Earlier drawings completed in 1975 for the residence are also in the Roland Terry Architectural Drawings and show provisions for the future addition of the stable.
February 22, 1977 - September 9, 1977
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M427 315
Mr. and Mrs. Attilio Monaco residence
59 drawings : 23 graphite on trace, 3 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite and color on vellum, 20 graphite on gridded vellum, 3 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 4 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline on bond, 1 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction on coated paper
4 sketches : 1 graphite on trace, 2 color on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace
Perspective drawing, plans, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, plot plan, basement plan, foundation plans, and finish schedule. Interior elevations show the living room, dining room, bar, foyer, kitchen, stair, entry, fireplace, bath, bedrooms, and utility closet. Building sections. Framing plan. Earlier drawings include proposed and preliminary drawings.
August 5, 1975 - January 28, 1977
M427 316
Ann Parry residence remodel, 1223 Spring Street, Seattle, Washington
33 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 16 graphite on vellum, 10 graphite on gridded vellum, 5 brownline on impregnated vellum
11 sketches : 1 graphite and color on trace, 10 ink on vellum
3 artwork designs : 3 ink on polyester film
Plans, elevation drawings, detail drawings, section drawings, and electrical plan.
May 1975 - February 1979
M427 317
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Stevenson residence, White Salmon, Washington
81 drawings : 17 graphite on trace, 55 graphite on gridded vellum, 6 brownline on vellum, 3 lined bond paper
Perspective drawings, site plans, plans, elevation drawings, detail drawings, section drawings, mechanical and electrical plan, demolition plan, and materials schedule.
June 1978 - September 1980
M427 318
Sylvester residence garden development plan, 4215 East Lynn Street, Seattle, Washington
12 drawings : 6 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 reproduction on bond, 4 color on bond
1 sketch : 1 graphite on trace
Six drawings for a garden development plan at the Sylvester residence were completed by Roland Terry in 1981. The remaining seven drawings are reproductions of drawings originally drawn in 1979 by Paul Chelminak and William Dennis Haden, Architects.
1981
Missing 319
Mr. and Mrs. F. Theodore Thomsen residence alterations, 725 94th Avenue Southeast, Bellevue, Washington
2 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace
Plan and elevation. Other drawings relating to this residence are listed under project "Residence for Mr. and Mrs. F. Theodore Thomsen" in the "Terry & Moore Residential work" series.
December 11, 1974
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wertheimer country residence, 14312 132nd Avenue Northeast, Kirkland, Washington
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M427 320a
Country residence
42 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 38 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 bond paper, 1 blueprint
Drawings include plans, details, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, site plan, electrical and mechanical plans, and miscellaneous drawings and sketches. Three drawings marked void. Also included with these records is a project memorandum and topographic map for the site.
circa 1975
M427 320b
Stable and arena complex
17 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum, 12 graphite on gridded vellum, 3 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum
Drawings show the stable and arena attached to the Wertheimers' country residence.
April 23, 1976
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M428 321
Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Weyerhaeuser III residence additions and alterations, 11409 Gravelly Lake Drive Southwest, Lakewood, Washington
217 drawings : 69 graphite on trace, 96 graphite and color on trace, 1 color on trace, 32 graphite on gridded vellum, 3 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 6 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 7 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite and color on bond, 1 graphite with ink on bond,
58 sketches : 30 graphite on trace, 23 graphite and color on trace, 2 graphite and ink on trace, 1 color on trace, 1 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite and color on bond
Terry remodeled the kitchen, master suite, bathrooms, library, and landscaped areas for an existing residence owned by Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Weyerhaeuser III. Drawings include site plan and plot plans showing proposed additions and partial landscape plan; plans showing the proposed additions, floor plans, kitchen, and bath; foundation plan with details; roof framing plan with details; electrical and mechanical plans; communications plan; exterior elevations of the residence and entrance gate; interior elevations of the dining room, kitchen, pantry, laundry room, service porch, solarium, gallery, library, guestoom, bathrooms, and master bedroom with custom bath and dressing room cabinets; room and finish schedule; furniture designs for living room window seat, bedroom chest, nightstands, and kitchen worktable; and a design for changes to the front entry. Several drawings have been marked void by Terry.Also included are two reproduction drawings of the property including a site plan with proposed changes and plan of residence for Mr. and Mrs. Weyerhaeuser by Alan Liddle, Architect, dated August 1975; and five reproduction drawings, dated 1970, by an unidentified architect that include a residence plan, foundation plan, exterior elevations, section drawing through the bedroom, and interior elevations of the kitchen cabinetry for the house's previous owners, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stirling.
1985-1987
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M428 322
Proposed Philip and Clara Weyerhaeuser desert residence, Tucson, Arizona
37 drawings : 6 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 11 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 10 reproduction on bond, 4 reproduction with color on bond, 1 brownline with white on impregnated vellum
6 sketches : 6 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace
Perspective drawings and other preliminary drawings, plot plan, roof plan, site plan, foundation plans, elevations, detail drawings, and section drawings show the proposed desert residence of Philip and Clara Weyerhaeuser in Tucson, Arizona. Signed perspective drawings include a rendering of the house, garden entrance and motor court, view front and terrace. Site plan includes some topographic features. Plans show the lower level and main floor as well as alternate designs for the bedroom wing, office, and powder room. Exterior elevations include a view of the courtyard and windows. Section drawings through the motor court and water garden courtyard.
March 12, 1984 - June 14, 1984

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M428 323
Alderbrook Inn alterations, 7106 East State Route 106, Union, Washington
38 drawings : 7 graphite on trace, 3 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 19 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction on photo paper, 1 color reproduction on coated paper, 4 blueprints
35 sketches : 20 graphite on trace, 7 graphite and color on trace, 6 graphite and ink on trace, 2 ink on trace
3 documents : 3 typed ink on bond
Drawings and sketches show alterations made to the Alderbrook Inn. The bulk of drawings are dated 1976-1978 and 1988-1989. Included in these drawings are plans, interior elevations, exterior elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, site plans, topographic maps, and a site survey that shows an addition to the inn housing a new dining room, bar, specialty room, and kitchen. Also included are four 1945 blueprints from the Alderbrook Inn renovation by architect Hugo Osterman.The historic Alderbrook Inn was built in 1913 on the Hood Canal in Union, Washington. After extensive improvements after World War II, the resort came to be known for its typical Pacific Northwest architecture that included large wooden beams, locally quarried stone accents, and extensive interior millwork. On the resort's property were twenty-one cottages and an inn. Terry & Egan's work was done for client Wesley (Wes) Johnson, who acquired the property in 1959 and operated it until his death in 1992. The resort underwent extensive renovation in 2002, opening again in 2004. The Alderbrook Inn was demolished at this time and rebuilt, however, sixteen cottages from the original Alderbrook Inn resort property remained and were upgraded into luxury cottages.
April 23, 1976 - March 10, 1989
M428 324
AMFAC executive offices, Stockton Street and O'Farrell Street, San Francisco, California
130 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 5 graphite and color on trace, 22 ink and color on trace, 33 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 18 graphite on gridded vellum, 6 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 10 brownline with graphite on vellum, 6 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 1 brownline with graphite and color on impregnated vellum, 19 reproduction on bond, 3 blueline reproduction on bond, 1 graphite on lined paper
12 sketches : 3 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 2 color on trace, 6 ink on trace
Alternate title: City of Paris / Liberty House.Drawings from AMFAC Executive Offices include plans, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, and mechanical plans. Included in these drawings are floor plans and interior elevations of the board room, hospitality room, foyer, and elevator lobbies. Plans include the ceiling plan, furnishing plans, lighting plan, landscape plan, and carpet plan. One drawing shows a rendering of the sign for the lobby. Additional drawings include site plans, a plan showing the pool layout and its mosaic tile pattern by Hanns Scharff Designs, material details for the elevators by Westinghouse Electric, construction details, and site plans. Seven drawings have been marked void.Many of these drawings have "Hadley Properties" written on the side. Terry designed a number of interior commercial spaces for Hadley Properties which can also be found in the Roland Terry Architectural Drawings collection.AMFAC owned the Liberty House department store chain before Liberty House stores in Northern California were sold to Macy's in 1984.
April 25, 1974 - December 10, 1974
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HA92 325
Bank of California Center, 900 4th Avenue, Seattle, Washington
26 rolls : approximately 730 drawings
Note: This project is unprocessed.
Alternate title: Union Bank of California Center.The Bank of California Center was completed in 1973 by architects John Graham and Associates. The building was one of the first skyscrapers in downtown Seattle and helped establish the downtown financial district around Fourth Avenue and Madison Avenue.Terry & Egan designed the interior spaces for the building using natural wood finishes, custom furniture Northwest art and iconography, and other decorative touches in the Northwest style. Drawings in these rolls include plans, drapery details, carpet designs, finish schedules, furnishing plans, furniture designs, murals, and staircase details. These records include some architectural design drawings from John Graham and Associates.
circa 1972
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M431 326
Bayshore Inn at Stanley Park, 1601 Bayshore Drive, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
84 drawings (approximate count) : 65 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite and color on vellum, 6 brownline on vellum, 5 brownline on impregnated vellum, 6 reproduction on bond
7 sketches : 7 graphite on trace
5 documents : 5 stationery paper
Plans, interior elevations, detail drawings, and lighting plans.
February 7, 1978 - May 11, 1978
Canlis Restaurants
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M431 327
Canlis Restaurant at the Fairmont Hotel, California Street, San Francisco, California
7 sketches : 7 graphite on trace
Sketches show proposed layouts and two differing schemes for banquet dining rooms.The Canlis at the Fairmont Hotel featured Terry's trademark use of natural woods and stones, however, the restaurant was markedly different from the other west-coast Canlis locations in Portland and Seattle; the restaurant at the Fairmont was located on the ground-floor and did not have the expansive views the focused the design of the other two restaurants. However, this particular location of the Fairmont featured an extensive art collection and sophisticated lighting arrangement.The original design for the Canlis Restaurant at the Fairmont Hotel was designed by Roland Terry & Associates; these drawings can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" series. Earlier drawings by Terry & Moore show a different proposed location and design for the Canlis Restaurant in San Francisco that was never realized. These drawings can be found in the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series.
June 3, 1976
M431 328
Canlis Restaurant at Waikiki Beach alterations, 2100 Kalakaua Avenue, Waikiki, Hawaii
3 drawings : 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Plans by Terry & Egan and collaborating architects, Wimberly, Whisenand, Allison, Tong & Goo show proposed alterations for the Canlis Restaurant at Waikiki Beach. Also included is a carpet plan dated 1975.The Canlis Broiler in Waikiki, Hawaii, was a collaboration between Terry & Moore and Wimberly & Cook, Honolulu, in 1953-1954. Later remodeling was done in 1969 by Roland Terry & Associates with Wimberly, Whisenand, Allison & Tong. Records showing the original design can be found in the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series, and the later remodel can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" series under "Canlis Restaurant at Waikiki Beach." Prior to the Canlis Broiler at Waikiki, Terry & Moore had collaborated with Wimberly & Cook for the design of the Canlis Restaurant in Seattle.
August 15, 1980
M431 329
Canlis Restaurant remodel, 2576 Aurora Avenue North, Seattle, Washington
11 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 8 graphite on gridded vellum
1 sketch : 1 graphite on trace
Project records for the charcoal broiler additions and bathroom remodel completed by Terry & Egan in 1974. These records include preliminary sketches, plot plans, floor plans, detail drawings, and furnishing plans for the Penthouse private dining room.Canlis Restaurant was designed and built by Tucker, Shields & Terry in collaboration with the Honolulu architectural firm of Wimberly & Cook, 1949-1951. The building was then renovated by Tucker & Shields in 1953 after Terry left the firm. The design was revamped by Terry & Moore in 1958 and later updated during the mid-1990s by Northwest architect James Cutler.Photos of the restaurant as well as earlier drawings showing the original design and earlier remodeling are available by viewing the project records for the Canlis Restaurant in the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series. A small set of drawings showing additions made to the restaurant in the late 1960s are included in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" series.
November 27, 1973 - September 6, 1974
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M431 330
Clark's Restaurant Enterprises office, 1319 Dexter Avenue North, Seattle, Washington
5 drawings : 1 graphite and color on vellum, 4 blueline reproduction on bond
Floor plans, stair plans, exterior elevation, and detail drawings of jambs and post-and-rail structure show a proposed interior office space for restaurateur Walter Clark of Clark Enterprises. Most drawings are by Richard Bovillon & Company and show the location on Dexter Avenue. However, one drawing by Roland Terry shows the proposed office at the Frol and Peaseley Building on Denny Way, also designed by Terry. Terry completed his design of the building and project records pertaining to that design is included in the series " Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" under "Frol and Peaseley office building."
circa 1976
M431 331
Crissey Flowers and Gifts, 2100 5th Avenue, Seattle, Washington
21 drawings : 1 color on trace, 13 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on vellum, 2 reproduction on bond
5 sketches : 1 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and ink on trace, 2 graphite and color on bond
Drawings and sketches include plans, interior elevations, exterior elevations, detail drawings, and sign renderings. Drawings for the store's previous location at 1329 5th Avenue, as well as alterations to the Crissey residence, can also be found in the collection.
August 7, 1974 - September 3, 1974
M431 332
Proposed Doubletree Inn at Southcenter tower addition, 205 Strander Boulevard, Tukwila, Washington
26 drawings : 8 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 6 graphite on vellum, 7 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 2 reproduction on bond
1 document
Alternate title: Tukwila Motor Hotel.Plans, exterior elevations, and site plans show the proposed tower addition and restaurant complex at Doubletree Inn Southcenter. Included in these drawings are plans of the tower addition, restaurant complex, and typical guest room. Site plan showing the proposed addition is by John Graham & Company. One document shows the heights of nearby buildings.Terry designed this hotel under the name "Tukwila Motor Hotel" while operating as Roland Terry & Associates; these drawings are part of the Roland Terry Architectural Drawings and are included in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" series.
September 15, 1969 - March 5, 1970; December 8, 1975 - April 8, 1976
M431 333
Frol and Peaseley office remodel, 204 Denny Way, Seattle, Washington
17 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum, 4 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 2 brownline on vellum, 3 reproduction on bond, 5 reproduction with graphite on bond
1 sketch : 1 graphite and color on gridded vellum
Floor plans, basement plan, foundation plan, furnishing plans, and exterior elevations show alterations to the accounting firm's office. Exterior elevation drawings show alterations to the awnings on the outside of the office.Drawings showing earlier renovations to the Frol and Peaseley office were completed by Roland Terry & Associates in 1969 and can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" series.
April 5, 1976 - January 28, 1977
Dr. Eugene Goertzen and Dr. Alvin Novack medical office at Swedish Hospital Medical Center, Seattle, Washington
See: Dr. Alvin Novack and Dr. Eugene Goertzen medical office.
Greenlake Inn additions and alterations, Beaverton, Oregon
This project was completed in three phases.
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M431 334a
Phase I
42 drawings : 9 graphite on trace, 3 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite and ink on trace, 1 ink on trace, 3 graphite on vellum, 1 graphite on vellum with adhesive tape, 8 graphite on gridded vellum, 4 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 2 graphite and adhesive tape on gridded vellum, 1 graphite with color and typed ink on gridded vellum, 1 graphite on trace taped to gridded vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite and adhesive tape on vellum, 1 typed ink on bond taped to brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite and color on vellum, 3 reproduction with graphite on polyester film
Drawings from Phase I of the Greenwood Inn renovation project include plans, interior and exterior elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, door and finish schedule, and other drawings showing new corridors, exterior alterations including new signage, walkway roof removal, and new shingles.Plans include a Phase I foundation plan, floor plan, roof plan, roof framing plan, plans showing area separation options, and furniture plans. Also included are a lighting plan and landscape plan showing the existing area and proposed changes. Elevations include exterior elevations of the changed sides of the building, stairwells, and multiple drawings of proposed changes for all phases of the project; and interior elevations of the banquet room and corridors. Detail drawings of structural items and banquet walls. Section drawings of building sections with wall details, roof sections, and the porte cochere with new trellis. Also included are design drawings for the sign and entrance revisions. Other drawings include general structural notes, as well as an early topographic map survey and plot plan.
April 26, 1977 - October 10, 1978
M431 334b
Phase II
39 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 1 ink on trace, 1 graphite and color on vellum, 9 graphite on gridded vellum, 10 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 2 graphite with adhesive film on gridded vellum, 1 graphite with typed ink on gridded vellum, 2 graphite, ink, and color on trace taped to graphite on gridded vellum, 5 brownline on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 brownline with graphite, ink, and color on vellum, 4 brownline with grapite on vellum taped to gridded vellum
Drawings from Phase II of the Greenwood Inn renovation project include plans, interior and exterior elevation, lighting plans, detail drawings, section drawings, door and finish schedules, and specifications showing a building extension, relocation of the porte cochere, remodeled lounge and bar, and production and display kitchens.Plans include a foundation plan, first floor and east mezzanine plan showing the Phase II changes, roof plan, toilet plan, lounge, main desk and bellman, display kitche plan, production kitchen plan, reflected ceiling plan, and roof framing plan. Site plan shows a parking plan showing the Phase II construction. Lighting plan for the first floor utilities, display kitchen, and production kitchen. Exterior elevations show multiple views of the main building and porte cochere. Interior elevations of the toilet room, upper and lower lounges, main lobby, banquet room lobby and corridor, main desk cabinetry, lounge, and bar. Detail drawings of roof, doors, kitchen fixtures, and cabinetry. Section drawings include building sections through the existing building and addition showing phase II work and roof. Other items include specifications, structural notes, priority instructions for drawings, kitchen and cooking line revisions, design drawings for a beer display island, and a lower lounge carpet plan.
February 15, 1978 - February 1, 1979
M431 334c
Phase III
61 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 1 color on trace, 7 graphite on vellum, 3 reproduction on vellum, 26 graphite on gridded vellum, 5 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 1 graphite and typed ink on gridded vellum, 1 ink on trace taped to graphite on gridded vellum, 2 graphite with adhesive on gridded vellum, 1 reproduction on vellum taped to graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 3 brownline with graphite on vellum, 3 brownline with graphite on impregnated vellum, 2 reproduction with graphite and color on bond,1 reproduction with graphite and ink on bond
4 sketches : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 2 ink on vellum
12 documents : 2 ink on bond, 4 typed ink on bond, 1 typed ink with graphite and ink on carbon copy paper, 4 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite on bond
Drawings from Phase III of the Greenwood Inn renovation project include an index of drawings, plans, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, detail drawings, mechanical drawings, schedules, and other drawings showing the addition of a second floor office, dining room and bar extension, remodeling to the entry and lobby, a 102-unit addition, and structural changes to the existing building.Plans include a foundation plan, first floor and second floor offices, dining room and bar, conference room renovation plan, typical unit plan with revisions, typical suite plan, multiple bath plans, roof plan, reflected ceiling plan. Also included are a landscape plan and site plan showing signage, parking, and drainage. Exterior elevations show the porte cochere addition, upper and lower level dining, lobby and entrance remodeling, and the102-unit addition. Interior elevations of the dining bar, lobbies, guestrooms, and banquet room. Electrical drawings show interior and exterior lighting, a preliminary lighting plan of the dining area, and phone and convenience outlets. Detail drawings show the roof, ceiling, doors, windows, and fountain. Also included are door and finish schedules, footing schedule, column schedule; design drawings for display and cooking counter, dining bar, cashier's desk, and wine storage; structural notes; and shearwall schematics.Drawings by Waker Associates, Inc. include a topographic map and show proposed grade change with drainage alteration and Fanno Creek realignment plan. Documents provide notes on the building and the City of Beaverton facilities review.
February 15, 1978 - March 12, 1981
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M432 335
Greenwood Inn Hotel and Restaurant proposed alterations, Bellevue, Washington
10 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 7 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
3 sketches : 3 graphite on trace
Drawings show proposed alterations to the Greenwood Inn Hotel and Restaurant in Bellevue and include partial floor plans, one interior elevation, and seating plans with alternate layouts and banquet layouts. The hotel and restaurant does not appear to be related to the Greenwood Inn in Beaverton, Oregon, also designed by Terry & Egan.
May 4, 1977 - February 3, 1981
Hadley Properties, Incorporated
Included in this series are projects created by Terry & Egan for Hadley Properties, a real estate development company owned by Dick Hadley. Terry worked extensively with Mr. Hadley on both commercial and personal projects. Terry's project records for the Hadleys' personal real estate can be found in the "Terry & Egan, Residential work" series.
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M432 336
Chocolate Hole Estates, St. John, Virgin Islands
5 drawings : 4 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on impregnated vellum
Inscribed title: Proposed Chocolate Hole Recreational Development on St. John, Virgin Island.Drawings include one plan showing seventy-four proposed units for the development, two topographic maps, and two plans with topographic map.
July 24, 1975 - September 3, 1975
M432 337
Fourth and Lenora Motel, 401 Lenora Street, Seattle, Washington
32 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite on gridded vellum, 10 ink on polyester film (reverse-print), 17 graphite and ink on polyester film, 1 graphite on bond
Alternate name: Warwick Hotel.Drawings include a site plan, floor plans, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, and furnishing plans for a motel at the corner of 4th Avenue and Lenora Street in downtown Seattle. This property, which was sold shortly after its construction, became the Warwick Hotel.
April 7, 1978
M432 338
Sixth and Lenora building, 2033 4th Avenue, Seattle, Washington
50 drawings : 14 graphite on trace, 26 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum, 4 reproduction on bond, 3 reproduction with graphite on bond, 1 reproduction with color on bond
12 sketches : 7 graphite on trace, 2 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 2 graphite on bond
Plans, interior elevations, exterior elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, site plans, and proposed exterior for the office building. Detail drawings include details of windows, office doors and the ceiling. Two reproduction drawings by Chester L. Lindsey, Architect, show plans and wall sections from the building's construction in 1962.
March 15, 1974 - April 21, 1975
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M432 339
Halekulani Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii
409 drawings : 4 brownline with graphite on bond, 72 reproduction on bond, 4 reproduction on bond with graphite on trace, 329 blueline reproduction on bond (bound)
3 sketches : 1 graphite and color on bond, 2 reproduction on bond
Drawings of the Halekulani Hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii, by principal architects Killingsworth, Brady & Associates. One drawing by Terry & Egan is included with these drawings. Killingsworth, Stricker, Lindgren & Wilson were hired to remodel the Halekulani Hotel into a much larger resort with Terry & Egan as consulting architects on the redesign of the interior spaces. Included in these drawings are plans, exterior elevations, section drawings, site plans, as well as lighting plans, construction notes, drainage and utility plans, and demolition plans. The majority of the drawings relating to the demolition and remodel of the Halekulani Hotel are bound together as a set of reproduction drawings.
October 16, 1978 - March 31, 1982
M433 340
Hilton Hotel alterations at Sea-Tac, 17620 Pacific Highway South, Seattle, Washington
10 drawings : 1 graphite on trace, 8 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum
Drawings show alterations to the fire protection system at the Seattle Airport Hilton, and include a plot plan, floor plans, and electrical plan. Three finished drawings were stamped and signed by Robert Egan; three are stamped and signed by James Travis. One drawing shows a proposed tower addition to the hotel.
May 16, 1979 - October 26, 1979
M433 341
Lafitte's Restaurant, Seattle, Washington
48 drawings : 2 graphite on trace, 7 graphite with color on trace, 19 graphite on gridded vellum, 3 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 10 brownline with graphite on vellum, 1 typed adhesive attached to gridded vellum, 1 graphite on wood pulp paper
3 sketches : 3 graphite on trace
5 murals : 5 ink on polyester film
Alternate title: Restaurant Lafitte.Drawings for Lafitte's Restaurant include one perspective drawing, plans, interior elevations, exterior elevations, detail drawings, section drawings, site plan, and finish schedules. Plans show the main floor, mezzanine, basement, and foundation plan. Also included are a demolition plan, lighting plan, furnishing plan, masonry plan, and roof framing plan. Detail drawings show the entrance, oyster bar, liquor bar, interior columns, and stairs. Preliminary schematics for the restaurant, structure details, and notes. Five oversize murals for the interior walls of the restaurant are also included. Finished drawings have been stamped and signed by Robert Egan.
August 22, 1978 - October 18, 1979
M433 342
Le Tastevin restaurant, 19 West Harrison Street, Seattle, Washington
21 drawings : 1 graphite and color on trace, 18 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
Drawings for Emile Ninaud's and Jacques Boiroux's restaurant in Seattle. Included in these drawings are a site plan, foundation plan, elevation drawings, detail drawings, section drawings, mechanical drawings, electrical drawings, material schedules, notes, and clarifications.
February 1982 - November 1982
M433 343
Proposed Lopez Village, Lopez Island, Washington
4 drawings : 1 brownline on vellum, 3 reproduction on bond
Drawings relating to the proposed Lopez Village on Lopez Island in the San Juan Islands of Washington. Included in these four drawings are one site plan by Terry & Egan; topographic map, plot plan, and utility plan are by John Ottenheimer. The site plan by Terry & Egan is dated September 9, 1982. Utility plan by John Ottenheimer dated 1977.
September 9, 1982
M433 344
Dr. Alvin Novack and Dr. Eugene Goertzen medical office at Swedish Hospital Medical Center, Seattle, Washington
155 drawings : 143 graphite on vellum, 9 graphite on gridded vellum, 3 brownline with graphite on vellum
Plans, interior elevations, detail drawings, electrical drawings, furnishing plan, reflected ceiling plan, and studies for the interior space of Dr. Alvin Novack and Dr. Eugene Goertzen's medical office inside the Lawrence M. Arnold Medical Pavilion Addition at Swedish Medical Center. Drawings include proposals by outside firm, Business Space Design. Additional drawings by Sellen Construction Company and Valentine Fisher & Tomlinson, Engineers, are also included.
June 1975 - April 1980
M433 345a
Pacific Place, Clay Street between 2nd Avenue and 3rd Avenue, Portland, Oregon
44 drawings : 11 graphite on trace, 9 graphite and color on trace, 2 graphite on gridded vellum, 7 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 2 graphite with transfer lettering on gridded vellum, 1 graphite with transfer lettering and adhesive film on gridded vellum, 5 reproduction on bond, 1 reproduction with graphite and ink on bond, 5 reproduction on polyester film, 1 reproduction on film
6 sketches : 6 graphite and color on trace
Alternate inscribed titles: Pacific Savoy; Portland Hotel.Site plan, rendering, exterior elevations, and a section drawing. Nineteen of the thirty-eight drawings have been marked void. Many of the drawings relate to hotel rooms. Terry was working with the architecture firm SRG Partnership on the property.
May 1980 - June 1980
M433 345b
Park Place graphics
1 drawing : 1 graphite with transfer lettering on gridded vellum
Two exterior elevations and a partial plan for graphics at Park Place. Plan indicates three signs: two lettered signs for Transamerica Title in anodized aluminum and bronze; and one perforated and illuminated metal logo sign for Park Place.
August 14, 1974
M433 346
Motor Ship Dauntless for Captain Robert Eichler
6 drawings : 5 graphite on trace, 1 ink on bond
2 sketches : 2 color on bond
Drawings and sketches show Terry's interior design for Captain Robert Eichler's Motor Ship Dauntless.Eichler's Hunts Point residence was also designed by Terry & Egan in 1980 and records relating to that project can be found under "Captain Robert Eichler residence at Hunts Point" in the "Terry & Egan Residential work" series.
February - March, 1980
M433 347
Dick Peaseley's office remodel, 2nd Avenue at Mercer Street, Seattle, Washington
14 drawings : 7 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 1 graphite on vellum, 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 reproduction on bond
Plans, interior elevations, section drawings, and a dimensional plan show the remodel of an office for Dick Peaseley. One drawing by Higgins, McClarty & Johnson shows interior elevations of office cabinetry.Other drawings for Dick Peaseley's office were completed by Roland Terry & Associates in 1969 and by Terry & Egan in 1976 while Dick Peaseley was operating as Frol and Peaseley; project records are included in the collection under client name "Frol and Peaseley."
November 15, 1983 - January 31, 1984
M433 348
Shee Atika lodge, Lincoln Street, Sitka, Alaska
71 drawings : 14 graphite on vellum, 4 graphite on gridded vellum, 3 graphite and color on vellum, 2 reproduction on vellum, 1 reproduction with graphite on vellum, 14 reproduction on bond, 9 graphite on polyester film, 24 ink on polyester film
Plans, elevation drawings, detail and section drawings, furnishing plans, and wall murals for a lodge developed by Shee Atika. Also included are an antiquities resource map for the surrounding area, project area plot map, and carpet plan. The public interior spaces of the lodge were designed by Terry & Egan, who served as consulting architects for Lovegren, Loveland & Associates.
January 4, 1977 - November 22, 1977
M433 349
Stewart Office Building, Lake Washington Canal, Seattle, Washington
60 drawings : 22 graphite on trace, 12 graphite and color on trace, 23 graphite on vellum, 3 brownline with color on vellum
4 sketches : 3 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum
Alternate title: Executive Center for Associated Engineers and Contractors, Inc.Two differing perspective drawings, plans, exterior elevations, section drawings and longitudinal cross-sections. Included in these drawings are plans of the caretaker's apartment on the third floor and parking garage. Reproductions of the perspective drawings show the building with color added.
October 27, 1975 - May 5, 1977
M434 350a
Sun Mountain Lodge addition, Winthrop, Washington
26 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 9 graphite on gridded vellum,
1 document : 1 ink on bond
Drawings for an addition to Sun Mountain Lodge in Winthrop, Washington. Drawings include one site plan, floor plans, exterior elevations, detail drawings, section drawings of a typical hotel unit and stairs. Thirteen voided drawings. There is also one brochure for an ice-making machine found and included with these records..
July 27, 1979 - October 22, 1980
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M434 350b
Terry & Egan & Associates office remodeling, 427 3rd Avenue West, Seattle, Washington
16 drawings : 5 graphite on gridded vellum, 2 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 2 brownline on vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on vellum, 4 reproduction with ink on bond, 1 reproduction with color on bond, 1 photostat print
2 sketches : 1graphite on trace, 1 ink on trace
Drawings show a proposed second floor remodel to the firm's offices in the Lower Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle. Floor plans show the existing office and proposed remodel with architect's offices, file room, sample room, drafting room, conference room, and administrative offices. Drawings also include interior elevations of the reception area, conference room, offices, bathrooms, and drafting room; millwork details; and design drawings of the staircase, foyer light cabinet, secretary area, and reception desk. Electrical and lighting plan. Two basic sketches of the planting strip in the north garden.
July 23, 1974 - September 10, 1974
Union Bank of California Center lobby, 900 4th Avenue, Seattle, Washington
See: Bank of California Center.
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M434 351
Valley River Inn additions, 1000 Valley River Way, Eugene, Oregon
19 drawings : 3 graphite on gridded vellum, 3 graphite and ink on gridded vellum, 7 brownline with graphite and white on impregnated vellum, 6 reproduction on bond
Drawings include multiple site plans, plans, and section drawing through the building. Plans show the first, second, and third floors of the building with additional hotel rooms connected via walkway to the original building. Also included is a site plan by John Graham & Company for the adjacent Valley River Shopping Center, 1968, and an elevation of the Meier & Frank department store by Robert Bloodworth.Roland Terry & Associates completed the interior design for the Valley River Inn in 1972. These earlier project records can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" series.
1972-1973
M434 352
Washington Park Tower additions and alterations, 4620 43rd Avenue East, Seattle, Washington
7 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 1 graphite and color on trace, 2 graphite on gridded vellum, 1 brownline with graphite on vellum
Six drawings show additions and alterations to the Washington Park Tower.Washington Park Tower is a high-rise condominium development on the shores of Lake Washington. Controversial for its height, the twenty-three-story high-rise condominium was the only high-rise building in the otherwise residential neighborhood. Terry responded to criticisms of the tower's height by claiming that it occupied less visual space than the construction of an equal number of residences would.Roland Terry & Associates completed the original design for the towers in the 1960s. These drawings can be found in the "Roland Terry & Associates, Nonresidential work" series; scanned photographs and drawings are also available as part of this record.
May 1975 - March 1976
M434 353
Western Interiors Gallery at Sea-Tac Mall, Federal Way, Washington
2 drawings : 2 graphite on vellum
Plan and interior elevation for the Western Interior Gallery at Sea-Tac Mall.
March 4, 1976

Roland Terry, 1985-1991Return to Top

Roland Terry retired from Terry & Egan in 1987, but continued to work independently with a limited number of residential projects.

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Rachel Adams and Marily Anderson residence on Crane Island, San Juan Islands, Washington
See: Marilyn Anderson and Rachel Adams residence on Crane Island.
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M434 354
Marilyn Anderson and Rachel Adams residence on Crane Island, San Juan Islands, Washington
38 drawings : 4 graphite on trace, 5 graphite and color on trace, 8 graphite on gridded vellum, 13 graphite and color on gridded vellum, 2 brownline with graphite on vellum, 2 reproduction on bond, 4 reproduction with color on bond
9 sketches : 3 graphite on trace, 6 graphite and color on trace
Drawings and sketches for the residence on Crane Island include one perspective drawing, plot plan, plans, foundation plan, and plans for the solarium and study, detail drawings, interior elevations of the study, living room, kitchen, bath and bedrooms, section drawings, electrical and mechanical plans, paving plan and plumbing schedule, and a number of proposed and voided plans and elevations. Also included are two topographic maps of the property by Krabbe & Starr and detail drawings of door hinges by Lance Herlocker & Associates.
October 1985 - June 23, 1986
M434 355
Proposed Lucius and Phoebe Andrew residence at the Highlands, Seattle, Washington
4 drawings : 3 graphite on trace, 1 reproduction on bond
Perspective drawing, site plan, elevations, and a topographic survey by Duffy, Lawner and Kumpf, Inc.
May 7, 1991
M434 356
Topsfield Cottage additions for Anne Gould Hauberg, Bainbridge Island, Washington
3 drawings : 1 graphite on polyester film, 1 reproduction on bond, 1 blueline on bond
Drawings show additions to Anne Gould Hauberg's Topsfield Cottage on Bainbridge Island. These drawings include a plot plan, exterior elevation, and interior elevation of the kitchen and kitchen table. This is only a partial set of drawings, showing revisions to the exterior pathways, kitchen, and guest room. All drawings included as part of this project are reproductions except one. Drawings include reproductions of Carl Gould's original 1916 design drawings for the cottage.
January 29, 1990 - August 15, 1990
M434 357
Richard and June Lentz house, 14301 3rd Avenue Northwest, Seattle, Washington
22 drawings : 2 ink on vellum, 18 graphite on vellum, 2 brownline on impregnated vellum
Drawings include plans, site plans, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, electrical plans, schedule of materials, and specifications. Roland Terry served as a consulting architect on the project, working with Carol Bain, Inc., Architectural & Interior Design; Lance Herlocker, Engineer; and Mark Daniels, Project Associate.
August 26, 1988
M434 358
Drake Salladay and Mike Karstetter residence alterations on Fir Island, Skagit County, Washington
3 drawings : 3 reproduction on bond
Reproduction drawings include plans, section drawings, and detail drawings.
1991
M434 359
Michael Sack and John Saul III country house at North Point, Humphrey Head, Lopez Island, Washington
30 drawings : 30 reproduction on bond
Reproduction drawings for the country house belonging to Messrs. Michael Sack and John Saul III include one foundation plan, floor plans including the garage and mechanical room, detail drawings, interior and exterior elevations, section drawings, and electrical plan. Door and finish schedule. Specifications.
August 28, 1987

Miscellaneous ProjectsReturn to Top

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M434 360
Automobile parking facility for Robert W. Beach, 3108 Fairview Avenue Northeast, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Plan, elevations, and details..
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M434 361
Church of the Redeemer parish hall addition, 6211 Northeast 182nd Street, Kenmore, Washington
5 drawings : 2 graphite on bond, 2 ink on bond, 1 reproduction on bond
Plans and one rendering by Robert L. Durham & Associates show the parish hall addition at the Church of the Redeemer. The rendering by Robert L. Durham & Associates has an attached overlay drawn by Terry showing the addition of the parish hall.
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M434 362
Furniture
4 sketches : 4 graphite on trace
Sketches of furniture for an unidentified client include chairs, chest, and cabinetry. One sketch has been stamped with a Terry & Moore stamp, however it could not be determined whether these drawings were for a residence or a commercial client or if they related to other projects in the collection.
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M434 363
Ralph Nicholson residence alterations
2 drawings : 1 graphite on vellum, 1 reproduction on bond
2 sketches : 2 graphite on gridded vellum
Terry's drawings for the existing Ralph Nicholson residence. No other information about this project is available from the drawings.
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M434 364
Proposed restaurant at 5th Avenue and Taylor Street, Seattle, Washington
1 drawing : 1 graphite on vellum
Plan with section drawings shows a proposed restaurant space. Neither the client nor the name of the property could be identified from this drawing.
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M434 365
Proposed St. Mark's Cathedral interior remodel, 1245 10th Avenue East, Seattle, Washington
4 sketches : 3 graphite on trace, 1 graphite on vellum
1 photographic reproduction : 1 photographic reproduction on heavy paper
Three perspective sketches and one sketched plan show Terry's proposed interior remodel for St. Mark's Cathedral in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. Additional photograph reproduction shows the existing interior. These sketches do not appear to be related to the conceptual design for the Florence Beach Terry memorial altar that Terry had drawn in 1959. Drawings pertaining to the memorial altar can be found in the "Terry & Moore, Nonresidential work" series.
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Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Visual Materials Collections (University of Washington)
  • Personal Names :
  • Terry, Roland--Archives
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Architectural drawings