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|Title: ||Conservation Treatment Job # 12523|
|Other Titles: ||William Henry Miller miscellany, 1879-1916.|
|Authors: ||Miller, William Henry|
|Issue Date: ||2-Aug-2012|
|Citation: ||Summary: Includes drawings and blueprints for Cornell buildings, including Sage infirmary medical building and the Cascadilla School in Ithaca, New York; unidentified drawings; details of two fireplaces in the Ithaca Conservatory of Music (now Ithaca College); two small hand carved wooden panels presented by Miller to the College of Architecture at the time of its semi-centennial (1921); a scrapbook of clippings and plates from architectural magazines; a book of architectural postcards, including some depicting Miller’s buildings; account books with Gauntlett and Brooks, pertaining to the Fiske House of Jennie McGraw Fiske; two letters from Andrew Dickson White to Miller, 1870, 1896; and correspondence relating to the construction of the kitchen in Prudence Risley Hall, including letters to E.L. Williams (Cornell University Treasurer) from Miller, Thomas Tree (Manager of Sage College), and Flora Rose, 1913. Also, plans and specifications for addition to President White’s house, 1895, with comments by Andrew Dickson White (12 items). A letter possibly to William Henry Miller from his mother, 1879.|
Returned to RMC, and signed for by Anne Carson on 8/14/12.
|Abstract: ||Kroch Library Rare & Manuscripts (Non-Circulating) Archives 2811|
|Description: ||Conservation Treatment Job # 12523|
|Appears in Collections:||Conservation Treatment Collection|
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