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J. Gordon Daines and P. Bradford Westwood papers on Designing BYU campus history, 2003-2006

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 5602 Series 1
Scope and Contents Materials are related to the history of the buildings of Brigham Young University and the architects that designed them. Included are reports done by students about the buildings, photos, newspaper articles and printouts about the physical information of the building that were collected from 2003 to 2006. Materials were arranged by the authors in different color folders to represent the different types of buidings: pink for academic and administrative, green for housing and sports, red for off...
Dates: 2003-2006

J. Gordon Daines and P. Bradford Westwood papers on Designing BYU exhibit materials, 2006-2008

 Series — Carton: 2
Identifier: UA 5602 Series 3
Scope and Contents Materials included are related to the exhibit Designing BYU: Planning, Architecture, Landscape, 1875-2007 that was featured in the Harold B. Lee Library from January to May 2008. Included are correspondence for the building of a new 3D model of Brigham Young University campus done by Kinatedar and the accompanying financial estimates and payment forms. There are the original pages and typed transcripts of comments, reactions and responses from visitors to the exhibit and the about what they...
Dates: 2006-2008

J. Gordon Daines and P. Bradford Westwood papers on Designing BYU course materials, 2004-2006

 Series — Carton: 2
Identifier: UA 5602 Series 2
Scope and Contents Materials included are the course materials that explain the content, goals and expectations of the course. Syllabi from 2004 to 2006, course schedules and the initial application for the class are included, as well as the course textbooks. The lecture notes of both P. Bradford Westwood and J. Gordon Daines include cultural histories of Brigham Young University, the growth of individual buildings and the impact of University presidents on the physical facilities.
Dates: 2004-2006