Facilities Management Architectural Drawings, 1914-1983 *JMU Records*

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Descriptive Summary

 

Repository: Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University

Title: Facilities Management Architectural Drawings 1914-1983

Collection No.: UA 0047
Creator: Unknown

Extent: 2 folders; 0.5 cubic feet

Language: English

Abstract: The Facilities Management Architectural Drawings 1914-1983, are comprised of blue prints, pencil tracings, and linen drawings of various James Madison University buildings, their corresponding mechanical systems, and campus grounds.

 

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: Collection is open to research. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using this collection. Please contact Research Services staff before visiting the James Madison University Special Collections Library to use this collection.

Use Restrictions: Copyright for Official University records is held by James Madison University; all other copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law. For more information, contact the Special Collections Library Reference Desk (library-special@jmu.edu).

Preferred Citation: [identification of item], [box #, folder #], Facilities Management Architectural Drawings, 1914-1983, UA 0047, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA.

Acquisition Information: Transferred from JMU's Facilities Management Engineering Department in 2006.
Processing Information: This collection was previously titled: JMU Architectural Drawings Collection, 1914-1983 and numbered FM 2006-1207. In 2018, all rolled drawings were flattened and placed in a map case with the rest of the collection.

Bio/Historical Note:

Due to the nature of this collection, a historical note is not applicable. Patrons are encouraged to refer to the bibliography for further historical information pertaining to specific James Madison University campus buildings included in the collection.

Scope and Content:

Facilities Management Architectural Drawings, 1914-1983, are comprised of blueprints, pencil tracings, and linen drawings of various JMU buildings, their corresponding mechanical systems, floor plans, and campus grounds. The collection contains architectural plans of Alumnae Hall, Dormitory #5, Harrisonburg High School (currently Memorial Hall), the Home Economics Building (currently Moody Hall), Miller Hall, the Practice House (currently Varner House), the Students' Building (currently Harrison Hall), and topographic drawings of Madison College. The plans were created on four different surfaces: pencil on linen, ink on linen, pencil on tracing paper, and carbon copy paper.

Arrangement:

The collection is arranged alphabetically by the building name listed on the drawing and then separated by material type. Items that are undersized or of a fragile nature are housed in subfolders.

Bibliography:

Dingledine, Raymond C. Madison College: The First Fifty Years, 1908-1958. Harrisonburg, VA.: James Madison University, 1959.

James Madison University. "JMU Centennial Celebration - Major Buildings." Accessed 2010. http://www.jmu.edu/centennialcelebration/major_buildings.shtml.

Jones, Nancy Bondurant. Rooted on Bluestone Hill: A History of James Madison University. Santa Fe and Staunton, Va.: Center for American Places, 2004.

Contents:

Folder Title
Box : Folder
Alumnae Hall, Front Elevation, May 1, 1921
:1
Dormitory #5, Front Elevation, April 1, 1926
:2
Harrisonburg High School, Smoke Pipe Harrisonburg, undated
:1
Harrisonburg High School, Plan Showing the Position of Motor Base, April 26, 1928
:1
Harrisonburg High School, Section Thru Fan Room Showing Fresh Air Partition, April 4, 1928
:1
Harrisonburg High School, End View Showing Partition in Suspended Ceiling over Vent Shaft, April 27, 1928
:1
Harrisonburg High School, Detail Showing Position of Ducts in Plenum Space, undated
:1
Harrisonburg High School, Plan of a Six-Stall Urinal, December 23, 1927
:1
Home Economics Building, Basement Floor Plan, November 20, 1958
:2
Home Economics Building, First Floor Plan, November 20, 1958
:2
Home Economics Building, Second Floor Plan, November 20, 1958
:2
Home Economics Building, Front Elevation, November 20, 1958
:2
Home Economics Building, Left-Side Elevation; Rear Elevation, November 20, 1958
:2
Home Economics Building, Food Laboratory No.1 Layout, undated
:2
Home Economics Building, Food Laboratory No. 3 Layout, undated
:2
Home Economics Building, Food Laboratory 203, March 28, 1960
:2
Home Economics Building, Food Laboratory 203, March 28, 1960
:2
Home Economics Building, Food Laboratory 201, March 28, 1960
:2
Home Economics Building, Floor Plan Food Lab #201, March 29, 1960
:2
Home Economics Building, Food Laboratory 202, March 31, 1960
:2
Home Economics Building, Food Laboratory 202, March 31, 1960
:2
Home Economics Building, Kitchen 211, October 6, 1960
:2
Home Economics Building, Textile Laboratory 109, October 6, 1960
:2
Home Economics Building, Related Arts Classroom No. 20, October 10, 1960
:2
Home Economics Building, Clothing Laboratory 107, October 10, 1960
:2
Home Economics Building, Basement Floor Plan; First Floor Plan; Finish Schedule; Door Schedule, June 1960
:2
Home Economics Building, Second Floor Plan; Attic & Roof Plan; etc., June 1960
:2
Home Economics Building, Basement Floor Plan, June 19, 1969
:2
Home Economics Building, Floor Plan, June 9, 1969
:2
Home Economics Building, Equipment & Utility Schedule, June 9, 1969
:2
Home Economics Building, Lounge, undated
:2
Home Economics Building, Room 210, 212, 213, 217, undated
:2
Madison College, Control Surveys and Monuments, March 26, 1940
:2
Madison College, Madison College, undated
:2
Madison College, Topography, Madison College, April 1, 1940
:2
Madison College, Topography, Madison College, April 1, 1940
:2
Miller Hall, Miller Hall completion - East End; Entrance at Southeast corner of building, March 3, 1983
:1
Miller Hall, Miller Hall completion - East End; Details, March 3, 1983
:1
Miller Hall, Miller Hall completion - East End; Elevation and Section, March 3, 1983
:1
Practice House, Basement Plan, May 5, 1928
:2A
Practice House, First Floor Plan, May 5, 1928
:2A
Practice House, Second Floor Plan, May 5, 1928
:2A
Practice House, Attic Plan, May 5, 1928
:2A
Students' Building, Front and Side Elevation, April 1, 1914
:2

Compiled by: Kristie Kendall, March 2008, August 2008; Tiffany W. Cole, June 2010; Selena St. Andre, June 2018