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Blueprints and Architectural Drawings: Dr. C. V. Snyder and Dr. Paul R. Byerly, Mrs. Julius Loeb, Dr. B. D. Stein, C. V. Adams, Lancaster Real Estate Const. Co., Mr. H. John Hiemenz, Mr. John Davidson

Repository:  LancasterHistory.org (Lancaster, Pa.)

Shelving Location:  Archives West 2, Flat Files

Description:  This collection contains blueprints and architectural drawings for buildings in Lancaster City and throughout the county. Many different structures are represented, such as schools, churches, offices, a restaurant, apartments and condominiums. Most plans are for new buildings, while others are for renovations or additions.

Creators:  The blueprints and drawings were created by the architects listed at the item level. There were collected by: Lancaster Historic Preservation Trust (Pa.); Lancaster County Historical Society (Pa.) and LancasterHistory.org (Lancaster, Pa.).

Conditions for Access:  Patrons must make an appointment with the Director of Archival Services at least two weeks prior to visit.

Conditions Governing Reproductions:  Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.

Language:  English

Source of Acquisition:   Many of the blueprints and architectural drawings in this collection were transferred from the Historic Preservation Trust. Source of some plans is noted at the item level.

Note:  Some folders contain more than one set of plans, so the folder number may appear more than once in the finding aid.

Administrative Note: Finding aid for Folders 116-123 by JP, Summer 2013.

 

Folder 116 Dr. C. V. Snyder and Dr. Paul R. Byerly. 219 E. Orange Street, Lancaster, PA. Henry Y. Shaub. Registered Architect. 30 January 1936.

Alterations and Additions to Building. Scale: 1/4” = 1 Foot. Basement Plan, First Floor Plan, Second Floor Plan, Third Floor Plan. File No. 618. Sheet No. 1-2. 30 January 1936.

 

Folder 117 Mrs. Julius Loeb. 321 North Lime St., Lancaster, PA. Henry Y. Shaub. Registered Architect. 27 October 1921.

Revised Alt. to Residence. Scale: 1/4” = 1 Foot. Rear Elevation, Right Side Elevation, Second Floor Plan, Third Floor Plan, Detail of Mantel, Front Elevation, First Floor Plan, Detail of Kitchen Cabinet. File No. 254. 27 October 1921.

 

Folder 118 Dr. B. D. Stein. 230 N. Duke Street, Lancaster, PA. Henry Y. Shaub. Registered Architect. No Date.

Alt. to Residence. Scale: 1/4” = 1 Foot. Second Floor Plan, First Floor Plan, North Elevation. File No. 234. Sheet No. 1-2. No Date.

 

Folder 119 C. V. Adams. West King St., Lancaster, PA. Henry Y. Shaub. Registered Architect. No Date.

Storage & Apartments. Scale: 1/4” = 1 Foot. First Floor Plan, Second Floor Plan. File No. 348. No Date.

 

Folder 120 Lancaster Real Estate Const. Co. 331 N. Duke St., Lancaster, PA. Henry Y. Shaub. Registered Architect. No Date.

Alterations and Additions to Building. Scale Varies. Porch Enclosure, Electric Layout, First Floor Plan, Second Floor Plan, Exterior Details, Details, Front Elevation. File No. 455. No Date.

 

Folder 121 Mr. H. John Hiemenz. 209 N. Prince St., Lancaster, PA. Henry Y. Shaub. Registered Architect. 30 September 1926.

Alterations to House. Scale: 1/4” = 1 Foot. First Floor, Second Floor, Third Floor. File No. 420. Sheet No. 1. 30 September 1926.

 

Folder 122 Mr. John Davidson. Harrisburg, PA. Henry Y. Shaub. Registered Architect. No Date.

Proposed Alterations to Building. Scale: 1/4” = 1 Foot. First Floor Plan, Second Floor Plan. File No. 561. No Date.

 

Folder 123 Mr. John M. Davidson. Harrisburg, PA. Henry Y. Shaub. Registered Architect. No Date.

Alterations and Additions to Apartment. Scale: 1/4” = 1 Foot. First Floor Plan, Elevation of Living Rm. Arches, Elev. of Bedroom & Hall Arches. File No. 562. No Date.

 

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