Walter L. Creese Papers, 1946-1996 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 12/2/27
Acquired: 4/20/87; 12/15/89; 4/10/00
Volume: 1.4 cubic feet
Available for use at:
|Room 146 Main Library, Prior Request Preferred||1-4|
Description: Papers of Walter Littlefield Creese (1919-2002), Professor of Architectural History and Preservation (1958-63, 1968-87), including curriculum vitae; photographs; journals and offprints of articles and reviews on architecture, architectural education, history of architecture and planning; and photographs of Victorian buildings in Milton and Kohler, Wisconsin, St. Louis, Missouri, Mason City, Iowa, and Houston, Texas; Historical Sites Planning Commission files; material on relocation of the Lorado Taft House; plans and photographs of Lincoln Home in Springfield, Illinois (1982); University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and Maryland papers of former student David Schyler, on Public landscaping; correspondence and notes on evolution of the suburb; clippings and correspondence on the U.S. Capitol; student papers on Monticello and Chicago Architecture and Charles Keller speeches for quotations.