- Title: George Pearl Oversized Drawings, Artwork and Files
- Creator: Pearl, George
- Date: 1900-2002
- Collection Number: SWA Pearl
- Size: 14 drawers (3.5 lin. ft.)
- Repository: University of New Mexico Center for Southwest Research
- Link: Click Here to View the Complete Record for this Item.
- Scope and Content: The George Clayton Pearl Oversized Drawings, Artwork and Files contain project related drawings, plans and records. The project files contain work created while Pearl worked for SMPC Architects in Albuquerque, NM and also work created after Pearl retired in 1989. The collection also contains oversized photographs, including family portraits and art photography, personal correspondence, degrees and awards, along with drawings and sketchbooks created throughout George Pearl’s career and life.
- Access Terms:
- Marmon, Lee
- Pearl, George
- University of New Mexico -- Architecture
- Stevens, Mallory, Pearl and Campbell
- Architecture -- Designs and plans
- Architecture -- New Mexico
- Church buildings -- New Mexico
- Historic preservation -- New Mexico
- Public buildings -- New Mexico
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