The Alexander Architectural Archive

The Alexander Architectural Archive at the University of Texas at Austin is an architectural research center of national importance. The archive advances the academic mission of the University and enriches the intellectual life of the people of Texas by fostering information discovery, enabling teaching and research, nurturing creativity, partnering in the development and dissemination of new knowledge, and contributing to the intellectual growth and fulfillment of the individual.

As part of the Architecture and Planning Library, the Alexander Architectural Archive joins the vast research collections and services found within the University of Texas Libraries. The Alexander Architectural Archive is a repository of over 125 collections of material preserved to enrich and serve our architectural heritage. Holdings include any type of document involved in the management of a firm, the development of a design through the finished product, and the reflection of the lives of architects, landscape architects, planners, designers, preservationists, historians, professors, and businesses in the industry. Emphasis is on but not limited to Texas and the southwest region of the United States.

Learn more at http://www.lib.utexas.edu/apl/aaa/index.html  

 

Pencil on trace drawing of Full Scale Details of Bronze Flagpole Base for the Main Building of the University of Texas, August 7, 1935 size: 53 1/4" high x 81 1/2" wide

Pencil on trace drawing of Full Scale Details of Bronze Flagpole Base for the Main Building of the University of Texas, August 7, 1935 size: 53 1/4″ high x 81 1/2″ wide

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