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Guide to the Gould Family Papers

Accession No.: 3516-008
Creator: Gould family, creator
Title: Gould Family Papers
Date Span: 1830-1975
Quantity: 41.25 cubic feet, including 10 sound cassettes and 1 sound wire reel (43 boxes, 1 tube)
Languages: Collection materials are in English.

Funding for encoding this finding aid was partially provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Biographical Note

The Gould Family Papers center around Carl Freylinghuysen Gould (1873-1939), a prominent Seattle architect. Gould designed over 20 buildings on the University of Washington campus, including the Henry Suzzallo library. He also designed the Seattle Asian Art Museum (previously the Seattle Art Museum), the Marine Hospital (now the headquarters of, and many other notable structures in the Puget Sound area.

Carl F. Gould was born in New York City into a prominent New York family. He graduated from Philips Exeter Academy in 1894 and from Harvard University with an A.B. in 1898. From 1898 to 1903 he studied architecture and fine art at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris.

On his return to the United States, Gould worked for a number of years as a draughtsman in several architectural firms, and in 1906 formed the partnership firm Carpenter, Blair and Gould in New York City. Perhaps due in part to three brothers-in-law all practicing architecture in New York (Walter Blair, Edward York, and Dana Swan), in 1908 Gould moved to Seattle on an impulse. He started out in Seattle as a draughtsman, but in 1914 joined with Charles H. Bebb to form the architectural firm Bebb & Gould.

In 1913 Gould was asked to lecture on architecture at the University of Washington, an opportunity that eventually led him to establish the University’s Department of Architecture in 1914. Gould served as professor and chair of the department until 1926, while at the same time practicing professionally with Bebb & Gould.

Gould was a founding member of the Seattle City Planning Commission, the Seattle Fine Arts Society, and the Seattle Art Institute, as well as being active in numerous other architectural and civic organizations. He also belonged to the Rainier and University clubs and was counted among the prominent citizens of Seattle. Bebb & Gould designed the 1920s addition to the Rainier Club, as well as homes for many of Seattle’s affluent families.

Both of Gould’s parents claimed descent from prominent New York families. His father, Charles Judson Gould, was a successful New York merchant and financier and his mother, Annie Laurie Westbrook Gould, held property in the city that had passed through her family for two hundred years. Carl Gould and his six siblings (five sisters and a brother) grew up in the Gould’s New York City apartment, and Suncliff, their country home in Tarrytown. The Gould children were educated in leading New England schools, and all accompanied their parents on European trips, where their appreciation for art and architecture was fostered. Carl’s mother was an avid arts patron and collected the works of relatively unknown (at the time) young artists, such as Winslow Homer and Rockwell Kent. Appreciation for the arts has pervaded the Gould family through generations; among other family members, Anne Hauberg, nee Anne Westbrook Gould, granddaughter and namesake of Carl’s mother, has followed in her grandmother’s footsteps and been an important Seattle arts patron.

Gould married Dorothy Wheaton Fay (1890-1976) in 1915, and together they had three children: Carl, Jr. (1916-1992), Anne (1917-), and John (1925-). All three children remained in the Seattle area. Carl, Jr., practiced architecture and John became a research engineer. The Goulds divided their time between Topsfield, their summer home on Bainbridge Island (built in 1915 and designed by Gould), and the Gould home at 1058 East Lynn Street, built in 1921 and also designed by Gould.

A local historian, writer, and active member of Seattle society, Dorothy Fay Gould was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She attended Broadway High School in Seattle and prepared for college at the Baldwin School in Bryn Mawr before entering Vassar. She graduated in 1912 and returned to Seattle, and it was while teaching freshman English at the University of Washington that she met the new professor of architecture, Carl Gould.

Dorothy Fay Gould received a master’s degree in English from the University of Washington in 1937. Her chief interest, however, was Northwest history, and she wrote and lectured extensively on the subject throughout her life. Her first publication was The Indian Attack on Seattle, a work of historical editing. Beyond the Shining Mountains, a history of the Northwest, was published in 1938. She also wrote numerous articles for local and other publications. In addition to her lectures on Northwest history that she augmented with lantern slides, Mrs. Gould recorded a series of kinescopes in 1957 on Northwest history for elementary school children. She also gave a number of talks on various television and radio programs.

Like her husband, Dorothy Fay Gould was active in numerous civic and social organizations. Besides history, art, and architecture, her prime interests included gardening. She was a long-time active member of the Seattle Garden Club and the Garden Club of America, and served on numerous committees for both. She also frequently wrote and gave talks on gardening topics. She was a founding member of the Seattle Historical Society and served as historian for the Washington State branch of the National Society of Colonial Dames of America. In addition to these and other clubs and organizations, she belonged to the Sunset and University Women’s clubs, and was active in Seattle’s society circles.

Dorothy Fay Gould was the daughter of John Purinton Fay (1861-1930) and Alice Ober Fay (1863-1948), both of whom were natives of Massachusetts. John Fay was born in Westboro to an old Massachusetts family of comfortable means. He was educated at Exeter and Harvard, graduating in 1881, and after several years of studying at Harvard Law School, he moved west to take a position as principal of a Eureka, Nevada, high school. He continued to study law in Nevada, receiving his license to practice in 1888.

Alice Isabel Ober was born in the Massachusetts coastal town of Beverly to a prominent New England family, the sixth of eight children. She attended Wheaton Seminary and after briefly teaching high school in her home town she went west, taking a teaching position at the school in Eureka where John Fay was principal. They were married in 1889 and moved to Seattle just before the 1889 fire. There John Fay established a successful law practice and specialized in mining law. Fay became involved in politics in the 1890s and in 1912 ran unsuccessfully as the Republican-Progressive nominee for congressman-at-large. In 1897 he was appointed to the board of regents at the University of Washington and helped to improve and expand the University’s curriculum. Alice was a founding member of the Sunset Club and the Seattle Garden Club.

John and Alice Fay had six children, but two sons, John Bradford (1896-1904) and Winthrop Herrick (1899-1915) died young. Their surviving son, Temple Sedgewick (1895-1963), became a famous neurosurgeon. Besides Dorothy, there were two daughters: Alice (1891-1950), who joined the Women’s Overseas Section of the Y.M.C.A. National War Work Council during World War I, and Jean Bradford (1904-1986), who became a journalist.

Faybrooke, the Fays' 46-acre estate on Bainbridge Island, later became part of Fay Bainbridge State Park.

In addition to the Fays, four of Alice’s siblings settled in Seattle. Ralph Ober (1871-1931) was an engineer and became Seattle’s superintendent of buildings. Caroline Ober (1866-1929) founded the languages department at the University of Washington and was made professor emeritus shortly before her death. Sarah “Sadie” Ober (1854-1938) did missionary work among northest Native Americans in addition to being a writer and artist. She often used the name of her maternal grandmother, Huldah Herrick, as a pen name.

Other Ober siblings were Charles (1856-1948) and Frank (born in 1860), both of whom were actively involved in the Young Men’s Christian Association movement. Charles also authored several books. Arthur (1852-1913) became a farmer, and Frederick (1849-1913) traveled and published 22 books on his studies of nature and various cultures.

Scope and Content

The Gould Family Papers consist of the papers of a number of individuals, including Carl F. Gould, Dorothy Fay Gould, and other Gould family members, as well as members of the Fay and Ober families.

Approximately 20 cubic feet of the Gould Family Papers are those of patriarch Carl Frelinghuysen Gould. Rich in both personal and professional information, Gould’s papers span 1889 to 1938 and document a variety of topics. Architectural work is documented in over 100 project files, correspondence, notes, drawings, building specifications, and other professional files that span 1908-1938. However, his contributions to the field of art and architecture are equally represented in his personal files, 1889-1939, which document Gould’s many involvements in architectural, fine arts, and civic organizations, including the American Institute of Architects (both the national association and the Washington branch), the Washington chapter of the Construction League of the United States, the Seattle Planning Commission, the Oregon Capitol Reconstruction Commission, and the Seattle Fine Arts Society.

Papers reflecting Gould’s teaching career and the founding of the architecture department at the University of Washington consist of speeches and writings, notes, minutes, reports, sketchbooks, and diaries.

The correspondence in the Gould Family Papers is comprehensive. Incoming letters included in the papers of one family member are often complemented by outgoing letters in the papers of another relative represented in the collection. Many of Carl F. Gould’s outgoing letters, for example, can be found in the personal papers of other family members, particularly those of his wife, Dorothy Fay Gould, and his mother, Annie Westbrook Gould.

Materials regarding Gould’s estate span several decades, beginning late in 1938, when he was in the hospital. Consisting of correspondence, notes, and legal papers, these papers document a longterm dispute between Dorothy Fay Gould, Gould’s associate Charles Bebb, and draftsman John Paul Jones regarding the ownership of Gould’s professional files.

The Annie Westbrook Gould estate files deal mainly with the disposition of the legacy of Gould’s mother to her heirs. Included in these files is correspondence among the Gould siblings.

Comprising over thirteen cubic feet, Dorothy Fay Gould’s personal papers span 1905-1976. Correspondence, diaries, writings, ephemera, and much other material document Mrs. Gould’s varied interests and activities, especially gardening and Northwest history. Lifelong friendships are documented in letters from Vassar schoolmates, and her close family ties are apparent in letters from siblings, parents, and other relatives. Correspondence with prominent Seattleites, news clippings, and various club ephemera reflect Mrs. Gould’s extremely active social life.

Dorothy Fay Gould's papers also include Archives of American Architecture materials, sound recordings of several of her lectures, and a number of recorded oral histories conducted by her son, Carl Gould, Jr., in 1975. There are ten audiocassettes and one wire recording (the wire recording has been duplicated to audiocassette).

The sheer volume of society and other newspaper clippings about the family attests to its standing in Seattle society. While there are clippings within the papers of many family members, the bulk are in Dorothy Fay Gould’s papers.

The personal papers of other Gould family members, including the Fay and Ober families, measure approximately five cubic feet. Most of the material is correspondence, although there are other documents. John P. Fay’s papers contain diaries, legal and financial records, writings, and campaign and other ephemera in addition to letters. Also in John Fay’s papers is a campaign scrapbook filled with news clippings, ephemera, posters, and correspondence. Alice Ober Fay’s papers contain notes and reports from high school and college, and Frank Ober’s papers include YMCA ephemera. Sarah “Sadie” Ober’s papers include some of her writings and artwork. Major correspondents include Muriel (Gould) York and Paul M. Gustin.

Terms of Access

Access to archival recordings: Due to the fragility of archival tape recordings, potential users may be required to arrange for transfer to digital format before the material can be accessed. Please contact Special Collections for further information.

Terms of Use

Literary rights of family members have been transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Custodial History

The Gould family papers were stored by Dorothy Fay Gould at Topsfield, the Gould summer home on Bainbridge Island. Following her death they were kept at the home of her son, Carl Gould, Jr.

Acquisition Info

Carl Gould, Jr., donated many of these papers to the University of Washington Libraries in installments over the course of twenty years: Accession no. 3273-2 and 3516, 1983; 3273-3, 1980; 3273-4, 3273-5, and 3172-4, 1987; 3273-6 and 3273-7, 1988; 3273-8, 1992. Following his death in 1993, Carl Gould, Jr.’s widow, Gretchen Gould, donated Accession no. 3516-2 in 1993; 35l6-3 and 3516-4 in 1994; 3516-6 in 2000; and 3516-7 in 2002.

Processing Info

Processing completed by Gina Rappaport and Noella Natalino in 2003.

Accession 3516-8 combines a number of previous accessions. The installments from Carl Gould, Jr., measured approximately six cubic feet and included Carl, Sr.’s architectural drawings, faculty papers from the University of Washington, family photographs and films, and personal papers of his mother, Dorothy Fay Gould, and other family papers. Most of these materials, particularly the drawings and faculty papers of Carl Gould, were processed and made available to researchers soon after their acquisition.

The largest installment of Gould Family papers was Accession no. 3516-3, consisting of over 40 cubic feet of correspondence, writings, architectural specifications, diaries, ephemera, and other material. In January 1995 most of the previous accessions were merged with 3516-3 and then given the new accession number 3516-5. All of Carl Gould’s professional and personal papers were fully processed, with the exception of his estate files. Dorothy Fay Gould’s papers and the papers of other family members were preliminarily sorted.

The accessions in 2000 and 2002 comprised over 10 cubic feet of material. Primarily correspondence, notes, writings, diaries, and ephemera of Dorothy Fay Gould, the accessions also contained several boxes of Carl Gould’s personal and professional papers. In 2002 donor Gretchen Gould made a generous gift to the University of Washington Libraries, enabling the Special Collections division to hire an intern to process the Gould Family Papers. 3516-6 and 3516-7 were merged with 3516-5 in 2003, and given the new accession number 3516-8. At this time, most of Dorothy Fay Gould’s papers were fully processed, as were the Fay and Ober papers.

There were many mold-damaged letters and other documents in 3516-5 and the later accessions. The most damaged letters were photocopied during processing, and the originals have been segregated.

Newspaper clippings were weeded extensively, reducing over five cubic feet to a little over one cubic foot of clippings. Most of them formed part of Dorothy Fay Gould’s papers. In addition to clippings relating to family, she saved those relating to her interests in Northwest history and gardening, as well as University of Washington development and architecture. Only clippings that featured or mentioned family members were retained. Several yearbooks in poor condition from Harvard and Vassar were also discarded. Biographical information contained within the yearbooks regarding Carl Gould, John Fay, and Dorothy Fay Gould was photocopied, however, or the relevant pages saved. Financial papers such as receipts, utility bills, and cancelled checks were discarded.

Photographs, negatives, postcards, slides, drawings, greeting cards, and clippings in Accession no. 3516-8, and additional photographs and paintings in Accession no. 3516-6, were relocated to the Gould Family Photograph Collection, Photo Accession no. 2005-049, in the repository in 2003 and 2004. Most of the photographs are of the Fay and Ober families, but there are also numerous photographs and illustrations of Seattle and Northwest subjects from Dorothy Fay Gould’s research materials.

In addition, photographs of Seattle architecture and the gardens of prominent Seattle estates were relocated to the Carl Gould Photograph Collection, PH Coll. 426, in the repository. This collection mainly depicts Gould’s architecture.

Also relocated to the visual materials collections in the repository in 2003 were Gould home movies on four reels of 16mm film and one U-matic videocassette.

Some Pacific Northwest travel ephemera from Dorothy Fay Gould’s papers, including maps and brochures, as well as several Pacific Northwest periodicals and other pamphlets, were relocated to the division’s Pacific’s Northwest Collection in 2003. Approximately 100 postcards were added to the division's postcard collection.

Separated Material

A few publications were transferred to the University of Washington Architecture and Urban Planning Library.


T. William Booth and William H. Wilson, Carl F. Gould: A Life in Architecture and the Arts (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1995) .

Norman Johnston, The College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Seventy-Five Years at the University of Washington: A Personal View (Seattle : the author, 1991).

Other Finding Aids

The visual materials that became part of the Carl Gould Photograph Collection, PH Coll. 426, are described and indexed in the Special Collections division Photograph Collections Database. Gould's architectural drawings are described in the division's Architectural Drawings Database. A finding aid for the Gould Family Photograph Collection is also available in the division.

Related Material

Over 250 architectural drawings, a pencil drawing of Dorothy Fay Gould by Roi Partridge, and a campus map designed and signed by Gould are available in the division’s graphic collections.

The Dorothy Fay Gould Papers measure approximately 1 cubic foot and are available in the Special Collections division. Also housed in the division are the Anne Gould Hauberg Papers, 1917-1983, and the Caroline Haven Ober Papers, 1884-1929.


Gould, Carl F., A.I.A., Professional Papers
1/1Organizational Features of Bebb and Gould, Associatesundated
1/2Biographical Information on Charles H. Bebbundated
1/3-8Incoming Letters -- Miscellaneous, A-Z1912-1938
1/9-20Outgoing Letters1904-1938, undated
General Correspondence
1/21Bebb, Charles H.1916-1938
1/22Clark, Allan1925-1926, 1935
1/23Hill, Albert P.1937
1/24Seig, Lee Paul1935-1938, undated
1/25Regarding Subscriptions1926-1936
1/26United States [Government]1933-1938
1/28Intraoffice Correspondence1927-1937, undated
Project Files
1/29Ankeny, R.V., Residenceundated
1/30Apex Building, Washington D.C., Competition1937-1938
1/31Bainbridge Island Country Club, "Cow Barn"1911
1/32Boeing Memorial Plaque1928
1/33Bogle, Lawrence, New Residence1913
1/34Bond, Marshall, Summer Residence1909
1/35Bond, Marshall, Seattle Residence1910
1/36Brownell, Francis H., Everett Store1912
1/37Clark, Irving, Residence1914
1/38Colt, Lyman, Dairy Building and Cow Stable1913
1/39Daniels, Joseph, Seattle Residenceundated
1/40Dickinson, Henry, Cottage1911
1/41Dovey, J. T., Residence1911
1/42Elmore, Mrs. Bruce, Residence1912
1/43Glover, Arthur, Residence1913
1/44Hanlon, Mrs. E. H., Residence1911
1/45-46Hansen, Otto, Residence1914
1/47McChesney, Mrs. H. L., Residence1909-1910
1/48McEwan, Alexander, Residence1912
1/49Mountaineers Lodge1911
1/50-54Peachy, William S., Residence1912-1914
1/55Realty and Leasehold, Co., Store Building1913
1/56Roberts, Milnor, Garage1911
1/57-59Skinner, D. E., Seattle Garage and Music Room1912-1913
2/1-4Skinner, D. E., Residence and Garage1912-1913
2/5University of Washington Horace C. Henry Art Gallery1916
2/6University of Washington University Approach1923-1928
2/7War Memorial Auditorium1919-1924
2/8Seattle Times, Times Square Building - Project No. 71917
2/9-15Larrabee, Mrs. C. X., Residence - Project No. 191914-1922
2/16-18Brownell, F. H., Seattle Residence - Project No. 371910-1911
University of Washington Campus Planning - Project No. 40/383
2/19General Correspondence1914-1938
2/20General Correspondence -- Suzzallo, Henry1916-1917, 1925-1926
2/22Lists -- Buildings1923, 1933, 1935
2/23Financial Records1914-1942
2/29-30Speeches and Writings1938
2/32University of Washington Home Economics Building - Project No. 541925
2/33-36White, Mr. Chester F., Residence - Project No. 731912-1913
2/37Fay, John P., Delamar Apartments - Project No. 1201918-1919
2/38-43Siems-Carey-Kerbaugh, New Town Plat and Buildings for U.S. Spruce Division, U.S. Army - Project No. 1221918
3/1-6St. John's Association, Doctor's Office Building and Garage - Project No. 1371919-1920
3/7-12Terry, Jane, Residence - Project No. 1401919-1920
3/13-15Larrabee, Mr. C. F., Residence - Project No. 1451919
3/16-22Brownell, F. H., Alterations to Residence - Project No. 1521910-1913
3/23Peoples, L. B., Store Building - Project No. 1611919
3/24Seattle Tacoma Land Company, Normandy Beach Club - Project No. 1641929
3/25-26Stimson, C. D., Apartment Building - Project No. 1731920
3/27Evangelical Lutheran, Pacific Theological Seminary - Project No. 1751920-1930
3/28-29Dental Unit Building - Project No. 1791920
3/30University of Washington Mines Laboratory, Wiring - Project No. 1801926
3/31-32Trinity Lutheran Church, Everett - Project No. 1811920-1928
University of Washington Education Building - Project No. 1821921
General Notes: See Sketchbook N, Box/fldr 12/6.
4/1-3University of Washington Suzzallo Library - Project No. 1831925
4/4Gould, Carl F., Residence - Project No. 1901921
4/5University of Washington Women's Physical Education Building
Hutchinson Hall - Project No. 1951926-1927
4/6YMCA University Branch - Project No. 1981922
4/7Delta Chi Fraternity, Clubhouse - Project No. 1991922
4/8Theta Theta Chapter House - Project No. 2031924
Olympic Hotel - Project No. 210
4/9-19General Correspondence1922-1923
5/6Seattle Cedar Lumber Company, Office - Project No. 2171924
5/7State Capital Commission, Capitol Group - Project No. 2241911
5/8University of Washington Anderson Hall, College of Forestry - Project No. 2271924
5/9-10Rhodes, W. L., Apartment and Garage - Project No. 2281924
5/11-14Spencer, Dean M. L., Residence - Project No. 2311924
5/15Washington State Normal School - Project No. 2351927
5/16Hayes and Hayes Bank, Aberdeen - Project No. 2361926
5/17-20Judson, H. H., Residence - Project No. 2411924
5/21-22Kerry, A. S., Residence and Garage - Project No. 2431924
5/23Rupp, W. A., Newspaper Building, Aberdeen - Project No. 2451936
5/24-25Washington State Normal School Library - Project No. 2461927
5/26Sauk River Lumber Company, Cottages, Darrington - Project No. 2501925
5/27-6/1Saint Nicholas School - Project No. 2521925
6/2Simon and Anches, Store Alterations - Project No. 2531925
6/3-6White, Mrs. C. F., Residence - Project No. 2541925-1926
6/7-9Alexander, H. F., Seattle Residence, Alterations - Project No. 2551925
6/10Port Blakely Mill Company Development - Project No. 2571925
6/11Zellerbach Paper Company, Building - Project No. 2581926
6/12Virginia Mason Hospital, Nurses Residence, Revisions - Project No. 2591925
6/13-15University Lutheran Church - Project No. 2631926
6/16University of Washington Center Building (the HUB) - Project No. 2661926
6/17University of Washington Henry Art Gallery - Project No. 2671926
6/18-22Krauss, Arthur, Residence - Project No. 2781927
6/23-28Thomas Burke Memorial - Project No. 290/2951925-1932
6/29Boeing, William, E., Residence - Project No. 294/3031927
6/30-33Normandy Beach Park, Clubhouse - Project No. 2961928-1929
6/34-7/3Fisken, Keith - Project No. 3061928-1931
7/4University of Washington Men's Physical Education Building - Project No. 3091927
7/5-6United States Marine Hospital - Project No. 3111930-1938
7/7Miller, Winlock W., Hotel Building - Project No. 3121928
7/8-12Rainier Club, Clubhouse and Additions - Project No. 3151926-1929
7/13-14John C. Higgins Memorial - Project No. 3201929-1931
7/15-16Lakeside School, Gym Refectory, Dormitory, Classroom Buildings, and Site Plan - Project No. 3221930-1944
7/17Port Blakely Mill Company, Store Building - Project No. 3261929-1935
7/18Magoffin, S. S., Residence, West Vancouver - Project No. 3271929
7/19Kelleher and Meem Memorial - Project No. 3281930
7/20Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, Office Building - Project No. 3301931
7/21Boeing, William E., New Residence - Project No. 333undated
7/22University of Washington Entrance, Memorial Gates - Project No. 3351912
7/23Greene, Fred R., Residence - Project No. 3381930
7/24-25Russell-Miller Company, Brokerage House - Project No. 3391930-1932
7/26Hoge Annex, 711 Second Avenue - Project No. 3421937
7/27Baillargeon, Cebert, Garden Wall - Project No. 3441937
7/28Helen Bush School - Project No. 3451936
7/29-30Black, Leo, Residence - Project No. 3491931
7/31U.S. Government, U.S. Post Office, Longview - Project No. 3501932
7/32U.S. Veteran's Bureau Hospital - Project No. 3511931
7/33U.S. Foreign Service Buildings - Project No. 3521931
7/34Brown, Ruth, 4 Winds Camp - Project No. 3571935
7/35Ager, Mrs. John B., Residence - Project No. 3581938
7/36Pratt, Frank, Jr., Residence Addition - Project No. 3591932
Seattle Art Museum - Project No. 361
7/38-8/2General Correspondence1932-1935
8/9McLaren, Alexander, Gate House - Project No. 3621932
8/10-24Everett Public Library - Project No. 3651933-1934
8/25-26Russell-Miller Company, Offices - Project No. 3661932-1933
8/27Public School Building, Fairbanks, Alaska - Project No. 3671933
8/28Buschmann, Dr. T. W., Service Station and Restaurant - Project No. 3691933
8/29Reifel, George, Liquor Distillery and Distribution - Project No. 3711934
8/30University of Washington Dormitory Building (Hansee Hall) - Project No. 3721917
8/31St. Joseph's Hospital, Bremerton - Project No. 3821935
8/32Donworth, George - Project No. 3841935
8/33University of Washington Men's Swimming Pool - Project No. 3881937
9/1-3Berwind, Edward J., Residence (C. Clark Zantzinger, Architect) - Project No. 3891937
9/4University of Washington Social Sciences Building, (Smith Hall) - Project No. 3911938
9/5Venables, R. J., Residence - Project No. 3921936
9/6University Club, Proposed New Building - Project No. 3951937
9/7Washington State Custodial School, Monroe - Project No. 3971937
9/8Sieg, Dr. Lee Paul, Walker-Ames House of President - Project No. 3991937
9/9University of Washington Wind Tunnel - Project No. 4031935
9/10Bemis, Dr. Clifford W., Clinic and Hospital Building - Project No. 4071937
9/11-12Oxholm, Axel H., Douglas Fir Plywood Association Ad - Project No. 4081938
9/13McMillin, Paul H., Roche Harbor Residence - Project No. 4101938
9/14Dickey, J. H., Proposed Garage and Store Building - Project No. 4121937
9/15Washington State Pavilion for New York Worlds Fair - Project No. 4151938
9/16Project File Cardsundated
9/17Building Listsundated
9/18of Others1908
9/19Materials Not for a Specific Clientundated
9/20Materials -- Plywoodundated
9/21Unidentified Projectsundated
9/22of Other Firmsundated
9/24Drawings and Notesca. 1912
9/25Drawings1937, undated
9/28Notes re: Charles Bebb's Arrival in Seattleundated
Subject Series
9/29Gould vs. Butler T. Sturtevant re: Campus Plan1937
9/30New Haven Cooperative1934
9/31Speeches and Writings1926-1929, undated
9/33Bids1931, 1935, undated
9/34-37Financial Records1916-1940
9/38Inventory -- Officeundated
9/39Press Release1938
9/40Newsletters1932-1933, 1937
9/44Clippings1932-1941, undated
9/45Key to Officeundated

Gould, Carl F., Personal Materials
10/1-3Biographical Features1923-1939, undated
10/4Biographical Feature -- Frelinghuysen Genealogyundated
10/5Personal Documents-Passport/Permits1936
Incoming Letters
10/6Blair, Walter D.1908-1938
10/7Burnham, D. H.1910
10/8Clark, Rosalie (Gould)1894-1927
10/9Deland, William A.1921
10/10Force, Horton C.1913-1914
10/11-12Gould, Anne (Hauberg)1931-1938, undated
10/13-15Gould, Annie (Westbrook)1894-1930, undated
10/16-18Gould, Aubrey1897-1939, undated
10/19-20Gould, Carl F., Jr.1926-1938
10/21Gould, Charles Judson1922-1934
10/22-28Gould, Dorothy Fay1915-1938, undated
10/29-30Gould, Edith1889-1899, undated
10/31-32Gould, Ethel1896-1900, undated
10/33Gould, John Van Wyck1934-1938, undated
10/34Gustin, Paul M.1923-1925
10/35Partridge, Roy1913
10/36Swan, Elsie (Gould)1895-1938, undated
10/37-38York, Muriel (Gould)1895-1938, undated
10/39Family -- Miscellaneous
10/40-46A through G1901-1938, undated
11/1-13H through Z1898-1938, undated
11/14First Name or Initial Only1905-1938, undated
11/15Unidentified1917-1919, undated
11/16-29Outgoing Letters1898-1938, undated
General Correspondence
11/30Gowen, Herbert H.1912
11/31Sinclair, Uptonundated
11/32Suzzallo, Henry1915-1933
11/34-38Diaries1889-1937, undated
11/39A. South of England1889
11/40B. South France, Rome, Tuscany March-April 1899
11/41C. LaonJanuary 1901
11/42D. NormandyAugust 1901
11/43E. Normandy November 1901
11/44F. Normandy, Chartres, Fontainebleau April 1902
11/45G. Sicily, NaplesMarch 1903
11/46G [H] Sicily1903
12/1I. Naples, Rome April 1903
12/2J. Tuscany, Bologna, Ferrara, Venice May 1903
12/3K. Florence, Assisi, Venice, VitterboMay-June 1903
12/4L. Flowers and Nordic Detail1930
12/5M. Great Britain July 1898
12/6N. Education Hall at University of Washingtonca. 1921
12/8Boeing Airport Monument, Portrait and Lanscapes1928
12/9"Carpenter's Book"ca. 1915
12/10Visits to Art Museums1931
12/11Sketches from Museumsca. 1930
12/12Drawings, Sketchesundated
12/16Furniture Designs1917, 1929
12/17Drawings by Othersundated
Speeches and Writings
12/18"L'École Nationale et Superieure des Beaux Arts. Paris"undated
12/19"The Library Building - University of Washington"1925
12/20-21Miscellaneous Titledundated
12/22-23Untitledca. 1920-1926, undated
12/24-28Speeches and Writings of Others1905, 1926-1938, undated
12/29-13/5Lectures and Lecture Notes1913-1928, undated
13/6Notebooks1913, 1917-1919, 1922, 1936
Subject Series
13/13Family Affairsundated
13/14-22Gould, Annie W. Trust1926-1940
13/23Gustin, Paulundated
13/24Medical Information1908, 1938
13/25National Economic League1927
13/26Philips Exeter Academy Alumni1916
13/27Pike Place Market (Seattle, Wash.)1913
13/29Proposed Department of Architecture, University of Washington1912-1914
13/30Thomson, Reginald Heber1912-1913
14/1University Club1927-1935
14/2Vancouver Art Gallery1937
14/3Washington Progress Commission1937
14/5Development of the United States Capital1930
14/6South Canal and Harbor Improvements1902
14/7Re: University of Washington1905, 1922, 1925,
14/8-15Periodicalsca. 1920-1937
14/16Marriage Documents1915
14/17Legal Documentsca. 1918-1938
14/18Conference and Convention File - Conference of Social Service Workers of the Diocese of Olympia1913
14/19Financial Statements1919-1943, undated
14/20Inventory -- Furnishings in Gould Home in Terrytown, New York1926
14/21Lists1917, 1932, undated
14/22Certificate -- Tau Sigma Delta (Architecture Fraternity)1924
14/23Medal-École Nationale des Beaux Arts, Architecture Design1900-1901
14/24Exams, Syllabi, Gradesca. 1925
14/25Greeting Cardsundated
14/26Calling Cards and Business Cardsundated
14/27Programs1926, undated
14/28Program -- Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition1909
15/2Ephemera -- University of Washington
15/5Clippings re: Obituaries for Carl F. Gould1939
15/14Research on Carl F. Gould by Bill Boothundated
15/15Duplicates and Exhibit Materialundated
42Maps and Drawings    OVERSIZE
42Poster    OVERSIZE
42Plat    OVERSIZE
15/16-19American Civic Association1918-1938
American Institute of Architects (A.I.A.)
16/1Organizational Features1908-1938
16/2-5General Correspondence1909-1938, undated
16/6Circulars1913-1914, 1918-1919
Speeches and Writings
16/7of Gould1928, undated
16/8of Others1914, 1933, undated
16/9Legislation1928, 37
16/10The Annuary1924-1925, 1932-1933
16/11-12The Octagon1932-1934, 1936, 1938
16/13Miscellaneousca. 1914, 1929
16/15Award1911, 1934, 1938
American Institute of Architects, Washington State Chapter
16/18Organizational Featuresundated
16/19-20General Correspondence1911-1938
16/22Reports1911-1918, undated
16/24-26Subject Series -- Education Committee1931-1937, 1964
16/27Committee Members1914-1919, 1938, undated
16/28Membership of Washington Chapter1894, undated
16/29Speeches and Writingsundated
16/30Programsca. 1919-1927
16/34-36Architectural League of New York, Fifty-second Annual Exhibition, 19381937-1938
16/37-38Architectural League of the Pacific Coast1909-1938, undated
Art Institute of Seattle
17/1-2General Correspondence1928-1931
17/4Speeches and Writings1929, undated
17/5Subject Series -- Cleveland Art Museum1928-1931
17/6Clippings1929, 1932
17/7Exhibition Catalogue, Ephemeraca. 1930
17/9-11Beaux Arts Institute of Design1908-1938, undated
17/12-14Chamber of Commerce, Seattle1912-1938
Construction League of the United States, Washington Chapter
17/15Organizational Features1932, 1935, undated
17/16-17General Correspondence1933-1938
17/20News Releases1934
17/22Speeches and Writingsca. 1933
17/23Resolutions1937, undated
17/25Reports1933, 1937
17/26-27Miscellany1933-1938, undated
17/28English Speaking Union, Washington State Branch1934-1936
17/29Harvard Club of Seattle1915, 1934-1938
18/1Lakeside School1933-1938
18/2-3Monday Club1915-1938, undated
18/4Municipal League of Seattle1911-1927
18/5New York National Guard, Troop Aundated
18/6Olympic Riding and Driving Club1926-1933, undated
Oregon Capitol Reconstruction Commission
18/7Historical Features1935
18/8-10Incoming Letters, A-Z1936
Scope and Content: Includes Bassett, Alton John.
18/11-12Outgoing Letters1935-1937
18/13-16General Correspondence1935-1938
18/18Financial Records1936
18/19Speeches and Writingsundated
18/20Project and Planning File1936
18/21Conditions for Design Competition1936
18/22Space Requirements1936
18/24Contract with Architect1936
18/27Notes1936, undated
18/28-29Pacific Northwest Academy of Arts1929-1938
18/30Puget Sound Group of Northwest Artists1931-1938, undated
18/31Rainier Club1913-1936, undated
Seattle Planning Commission
18/32Organizational Features1930, undated
18/33Incoming Letters1926-1930, undated
18/34Outgoing Letters1927-1930
General Correspondence
18/35Exhibition Committee1910
18/37-42General1930, undated
18/43Airport Committee1927
18/44Annual Meetings1927-1939
18/45Executive Committee1925-1930
18/47Parks Committee1927-1930
18/48Public Ways Commitee1926-1929
18/49Special Committee1926-1930
18/50Street Plans Committee1925
18/51Zoning Committee1925-1929
18/52Conferences and Conventions1927-1934
18/53Lists1926-1928, undated
18/54Clippings1924, 1934, undated
Speeches and Writings
18/55Dalton, George T.1938
18/56Gould, Carl F.1924, 1926, 1934, undated
18/57Reports1928, 1938, undated
18/58Newsletters1929-1938, undated
18/59Resolutions1926-1934, undated
18/60Notesca. 1925-1935
19/1Seattle Architectural Club1933
19/2-4Seattle Art Museum1932-1939
Seattle Fine Arts Society
19/5Organizational Featuresundated
19/6General Correspondence1915-1916, 1919-1928
19/7Minutes1925, 1927-1928
19/8Reports1920, 1927-1928
19/9Writings1917, 1927, undated
19/11Membership Lists1928, undated
42Founders List    OVERSIZE
19/12Ephemera1921, 1923, 1926, 1928
19/13Miscellany1919, undated
19/14Seattle Garden Club1923-1933
19/15-16Socks Outside Your Pantsca. 1936-1938
University of Washington Architecture Department
19/17Organizational Features1923
General Correspondence
19/18Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture1920-1926, undated
19/19Suzzallo, Henry1916-1926
19/20-25Miscellaneous1914-1934, undated
19/26Incoming Letter -- Parrington, Vernon L.1918
19/28Conference and Convention Files1925-1926, undated
19/29Invoices1924, undated
19/30Reports1933, undated
Subject Series
19/31Course in Architectureca. 1914-1917
19/32Friend, Kennedy C.1915
19/33Tenth Anniversary1924
19/35Curriculum Material1925, 1936, undated
19/36University of Washington Campus Planning1915-1917
19/37Miscellany1924-1927, undated
19/38University Of Washington Faculty Men's Club1915-1924, undated

Gould, Carl F., Estate
19/39-20/7Incoming Lettersca. 1937-1969
20/8-11Outgoing Lettersca. 1938-1948
20/12Speeches and Writings about Carl F. Gould1940, undated
20/13-16Legal Documentsca. 1931-1952
20/17-19Financial Recordsca. 1926-1952
20/20Clippingsca. 1941-1964
20/21-21/4Notesca. 1931-1946
21/5-8Exhibitsca. 1924-1949
21/9Miscellanyca. 1928-1940

Gould, Dorothy Fay
21/10Biographical Features1907-1966, undated
Incoming Letters
21/11Barry, J. Neilson1937-1938
21/12Blair, Ethel (Gould)1915-1925, undated
21/13Case, Alice (Fay)1907-1936, undated
21/14Case, Winthrop1944-1971, undated
21/15Caton, Mattie1901-1969, undated
General Notes: Formerly Mrs. Ralph Ober.
21/16Clark, Rosalie (Gould)1915-1966, undated
21/17-18Clary, Midge1928-1970, undated
21/19Cornish, Nellie1937
21/20Everett, Alice1915-1965, undated
21/21Fay, Alice Amelia1963-1970, undated
21/22-27Fay, Alice (Ober)1907-1944, undated
21/28-22/1Fay, Jean B.1923-1968
22/2-5Fay, John P.1903-1928, undated
22/6-8Fay, Marion Button1926-1973, undated
22/9-10Fay, Temple S.1908-1970, undated
22/11Fay, Winthrop1907-1912, undated
22/12Fuller, Richard, Margaret, Eugenia1930-1965, undated
22/13Givens, Fay (Case)1957-1969, undated
22/14Gould, Annie (Westbrook)1922-1931
22/15Gould, Aubrey, Winifred, Winnie1914-1939, undated
22/16-30Gould, Carl F.1915-1936, undated
22/31-23/1Gould, Carl F., Jr.1918-1975, undated
23/2Gould, Charles Judson1930
23/3Gould, Gretchen (Nott)1950-1965, undated
23/4Gould, John Van Wyck1936-1965, undated
23/5Gustin, Paul1920-1956, undated
23/6-7Hauberg, Anne (Gould)1928-1971, undated
23/8Hauberg, John1941-1971, undated
23/9Hauberg Christmas Cards1957-1972, undated
23/10Hazlett, Mary Louise (Fay)undated
23/11Jones, Sylvia (Case)1939-1968, undated
23/12Lewis, Sinclair1944
23/13-14Limerick, Mary1915-1971, undated
23/15More, Myra (Ober)1935-1967, undated
23/16Ober, Anne1909
23/17Ober, Carleton, Alice, Elizabeth1908-1970, undated
23/18Ober, Caroline Haven1915, 1926
23/19Ober, Charles K.1926-1945, undated
23/20Ober, Frank Willis1908-1948
23/21Ober, Julia1909, 1915
23/22Ober, Philip and Family1948-1983, undated
23/23-25Ober, Marion K.1931-1969, undated
23/26Ober, Rice, Alta, Richard1936-1967, undated
23/27Ober, Sarah E. ("Sadie")1915
23/28Ober, Sarah (Hadlock)undated
23/29Padelford, Bess, Fay, Frederick, Jessie, Philip1932-1961, undated
23/30Schulz, Janie (Fay)1940-1970, undated
23/31Seattle Fine Arts Society1915, 1927
23/32Swan, Elsie (Gould)1930-1938, undated
23/33Swan, Oliver1965-1969, undated
23/34Sweeny, Ed, Kay1953-1972, undated
23/35U.S. Library of Congress Copyright Office1960-1966
23/36Vassar College1934-1965
23/37Wilson, Ruth1915-1971, undated
23/38York, Muriel (Gould), Clarinda, June1915-1938, undated
23/39Miscellaneous Family1955-1970, undated
23/40Grandchildren1962-1975, undated
23/41-45A-B1914-1969, undated
24/1-31B-V1907-1975, undated
25/1-3W-Z1925-1974, undated
25/4-7First Name or Initial Only, A-Y1909-1970, undated
25/8Unidentified1908-1963, undated
25/9-12Invitations, A-Y and Unidentified1912-1970, undated
25/13-19Outgoing Letters1905-1974, undated
General Correspondence
25/20Re: Anne Gould's Education1934-1935, undated
25/21Binfords & Mort, Publishers1938-1963
25/22-23Publishers, Various1914-1960, undated
25/24Wisconsin State Historical Society1952-1953
25/25-26Miscellaneous1936-1971, undated
25/27-26/15Diaries1913-1917, 1923-1968
26/16Drawings and Sketches1934, undated
26/17Watercolors1936-1948, undated
26/18Silhouettesca. 1936
31-34Notes And Writings
Subject Series
27/1American Institute of Architects1942-1964
27/2Arboretum Foundation1964-1972
27/3Final Disposition of Bebb & Gould Job Filesundated
27/4Gould Hall1972
27/5Graves, Morrisundated
27/6Gustin, Paul1962
27/7National League of American Penwomen (and Seattle Branch)1933-1976
27/8Pacific Northwest Writers Conference1948-1967
27/9Pioneer Association of the State of Washington1966-1971
27/10Book of Recipes Compiled for Rachel Patt from Jean Fay1933-1936
27/11-12Seattle Art Museum1932-1964
27/13Seattle Historical Society1949-1966
27/14Seattle Junior League1953, 1954, 1969
27/15Sunset Club1926-1969
27/22-24Vassar College1909-1967, undated
27/25Washington State Historical Society1949-1962
27/26Women Painters of Washington1945-1972
27/27Women's University Club1937-1969, undated
27/28Miscellaneous Membershipsundated
27/29Inventory -- Household Goods, 1058 E. Lynn Street1921, 1938
28/1Broadway Whims1934, 1960, 1963, 1966
28/4Exploring a Continent1932
42Jardins Modernes    OVERSIZE1937
28/5The Indian Attack on Seattle1932
28/6When Cathedrals Were White1947
28/7-8Miscellaneous1889, 1932-1962, undated
28/9Calling/Business Cardsundated
28/12Bainbridge Island1937-1965, undated
28/13Seattle Public Library1957, undated
28/14-16University of Washington1936-1969, undated
28/17Washington Territorial Centennial1945-1953
29/7Seed Ordersundated
29/8-9Address Booksundated
40Audio Tapes - Dorothy Fay Gould Interviews and Lectures1957-1975
Archives of American Architecture
30/6Organizational Featuresundated
General Correspondence
30/7Kent, Rockwell1942-1943
30/9Logo by Rockwell Kentca. 1942
Garden Club of America
30/12Incoming Letters1933-1965, undated
30/13Lectures1925, 1932, 1959
Subject Series
30/15Horticultural Committee1936-1937, undated
National Society of the Colonial Dames of America
30/18Incoming Letters1926-1966
30/19Reports1932, 1937-1938, 1957-1958
30/20Membership1932-1965, undated
30/21Meetings1932-1969, undated
Seattle Garden Club
30/23Organizational Features1925-1959
30/24Incoming Letters1924-1967, undated
30/25Minutes1923, 1960
30/27Reports1924, 1931, undated
30/28Exhibits1929-1937, undated

Fay Family
Scope and Content: Includes Ober family materials.
35/1-3Biographical or Historical Features - Fay Familyca. 1888-1945
35/4-5Biographical or Historical Features - Ober Familyca. 1887-1945
Incoming Letters
35/6Fay-Ober Family1845-1965
35/7Greeting Cards1891-1927, undated
35/8Unidentified Fragmentsundated
35/9Legal Documents1922
Subject Series
35/10-13Bainbridge Island Property1922-1948
35/14Death of John Bradford Fay1904-1905
35/15Ephemera1904-1941, undated
35/19Fay Duplicates1912, 1963, undated

Case, Alice Fay
35/20Biographical Features1908-1919, undated
35/21-22Incoming Letters1898-1949
35/23Ephemera1909, 1919, undated
35/24Clippings1918, 1951

Case Family
35/25Incoming Letters1921-1941

Fay, Alice Isabel Ober
Incoming Letters
35/26Button, Amelia1930, 1934
35/27Carkeek, Emilyundated
35/28Case, Alice (Fay)1900-1921
35/29Fay, Jean1937-1948, undated
36/1Fay, John P.1902-1930
36/2Fay, Marion Button1929-1932
36/3-4Fay, Temple S.1910-1948
36/5Fay, Winthrop1908, 1910
36/6Gould, Anne1934, undated
36/7Gould, Carl F., Jr.1926-1935, undated
36/8-10Gould, Dorothy (Fay)1900-1942, undated
36/11Ober, Andrew Kimball1882
36/12Ober, Caroline Haven1882-1914, undated
36/13Ober, Charles K.1896-1941
36/14Ober, Frank Willis1908-1946, undated
36/15Ober, Frederick A.1911
36/16Ober, Ralph H.1909
36/17Ober, Sarah E. ("Sadie")1882-1935, undated
36/18Ober, Sarah (Hadlock)undated
36/19Miscellaneous Family1909-1948, undated
36/21Speeches and Writings1881, undated
36/22Financial Records1906-1926
36/24-26School Notesca. 1873-1901, undated
42Coat of Arms, Ober Family    OVERSIZE

Fay, Jean Bradford
36/27Incoming Letters1909-1984
36/28Speeches and Writings1932, undated
42Picture Map of Seattle    OVERSIZE1935

Fay, John Purinton
36/29Biographical and Historical Features1879-1974, undated
Incoming Letters
36/30Case, Alice (Ober Fay )1902-1919
36/31Fay, Alice Isabel1900-1927, undated
36/32-33Fay, Dorothy1900-1912, undated
36/34Fay, Jean B.1922
36/35Fay, Joseph B.1880-1881
36/36Fay, Temple S.1908-1931
37/1Fay, Winthrop1908-1910
37/2Gould, Carl F.1915-1918
37/3Ober, Charles K., Frank W., and Ralph1892-1931
37/5Outgoing Letters1892-1928
37/6Letters of Recommendation1881-1893
37/9Speeches and Writingsundated
37/10Financial Records1877-1911
37/12Ephemera1904-1924, undated
37/13Legal Documents1897-1931
37/14Clippings1898-1909, undated
37/15Clippings -- Obituaries1930
37/16Campaign Materials1912
42Campaign Posters    OVERSIZE
42The Far Northwest    OVERSIZE1898
42Washington Progressive    OVERSIZEMay 15, 1914
42Attorney Licenses    OVERSIZE1889, 1890
43Scrapbook    OVERSIZE1896-1997
Subject Series
37/17Hubbard Elliott Copper Mines Development Co.1909-1910
44Hubbard Elliott Copper Mines Development Co.    OVERSIZE1909-1910

37/18Fay, Marion Button [Mrs. Temple Fay]
Incoming Letters1930-1962

Fay, Temple Sedgewick ("Bunty")
37/19Biographical Featuresca. 1923-1963
Incoming Letters
37/20Case, Alice (Fay)1918-1935, undated
37/21Fay, Alice Isabel (Ober)1934-1943, undated
37/22Fay, Jean1933-1935
37/23Fay, John P.1912-1930
37/24Gould, Dorothy (Fay)1909-1962, undated
37/25Miscellaneous Family and Friends1901-1954, undated
37/26Outgoing Letters1944-1960
37/27Speeches and Writings1927-1930, undated
37/29Minutes -- Kao Club, YMCA1910

Fay, Winthrop
37/30Biographical Features1915, undated
37/31Incoming Letters1906-1915

Ober, Andrew Kimball
37/33Speeches and Writingsundated

Ober, Caroline H.
37/34Biographical Features1929-1930, undated
37/35Incoming Letters1910, 1919, undated

Ober, Charles K.
37/36Speeches and Writings1918, 1931-1944

Ober, Frank Willis
Incoming Letters
37/38-38/3Fay, Alice Isabel1880-1903, undated
38/4Ober, Sarah (Hadlock)1897-1900
38/6Subject Series -- YMCA1887-1946, undated

Ober, Frederick
38/7Biographical Features1888, undated
38/8Incoming Letters1869, 1877, undated
38/9Speeches and Writingsundated

Ober, Ralph H.
38/10Clippings1913, undated
38/11Ephemera1923, undated

Ober, Sarah E. ("Sadie")
38/12Incoming Letters1901-1934
38/13Speeches And Writingsundated
38/14Drawings1902, undated

Ober, Sarah (Hadlock)
38/15Incoming Letters1867-1901, undated

Gould Family
38/16Biographical and Historical Features1855-1937, undated
Incoming Letters
38/17Miscellaneous Family1830-1922, undated
38/18Programs1893-1940, undated
38/45Copper Printing Plate and Sculpting Tools (6)undated

Gould, Annie (Westbrook)
Incoming Letters
38/19-28Gould, Carl F.1892-1930, undated
38/29Gould, Dorothy Fay1917-1927, undated
38/30Miscellaneous Family1895-1927, undated
38/34Speeches and Writings1914, 1916

Gould, Charles Judson
Incoming Letters
38/35Gould, Annie (Westbrook)1891-1904, undated
38/36Gould, Carl F.1894-1902, 1917, undated
38/37Gould, Dorothy1915-1918, 1923
38/38Miscellaneous Family1891-1928
38/39Sons of the Revolution1922

Gould, Edith
38/41Incoming Letters1898-1900

Gould, Ethel
38/42Incoming Letters
Gould, Annie W.undated
Gould, Aubrey1922
Gould, Carl F.1894-1995

38/43-39/10Gould, Carl F., Jr.
Scope and Content: Includes correspondence, a scrapbook, clippings, and notes.

Gould, John Van Wyck
39/11-14Incoming Letters1934-1946, undated
39/15Miscellany1935-1940, undated

Hauberg, Anne Gould
39/16Incoming Letters1931-1950, undated
39/17Guest Book from Wedding1941

Jackson, Catherine
39/19Incoming Letters -- Gould, Annie Westbrook1861-1876

Swan, Eleanor "Elsie" (Gould)
39/20Incoming Lettersundated

York, Muriel (Gould) and Family
Incoming Letters
39/21Gould Carl F.1899-1910
39/22Miscellaneous1927-1933, undated

40Sound Recordings - Dorothy Fay Gould Interviews and Lectures1957-1975

41Fragile Letters
Terms of Use: Not to be used; copies substituted in place of originals.

Subject Terms

Personal Names:
Fay, Alice Isabel.
Fay, Jean Bradford.
Fay, John P. (John Purinton), 1861-1930.
Fay, Temple.
Gould family--Archives.
Gould, Annie Laurie Westbrook.
Gould, Carl F. 1916-
Gould, Carl Freylinghuysen 1873-1939, creator.
Gould, Carl Freylinghuysen 1873-1939--Archives.
Gould, Charles J. (Charles Judson)
Gould, Dorothy Fay, creator.
Gould, Dorothy Fay--Archives.
Gustin, Paul Morgan.
Hauberg, Anne Gould.
York, Muriel Gould.
American Institute of Architects.
American Institute of Architects. Washington State Chapter.
Art Institute of Seattle.
Construction League of the United States. Washington Chapter.
Oregon. State Capitol Reconstruction Commission.
Seattle Fine Arts Society.
Seattle Garden Club (Seattle, Wash.)
Seattle Planning Commission.
University of Washington. Dept. of Architecture.
Geographic Names:
Seattle (Wash.)--Buildings, structures, etc.
Genre Headings:
Architectural drawings.
Family papers.
Oral histories.
Sound recordings.
Architects--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
Architecture--Societies, etc.
Architecture--Study and teaching (Higher)--Washington (State)--Seattle
Art--Washington (State)--Seattle
Civic leaders--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
College teachers--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
Schools of architecture--Washington (State)--Seattle
Women gardeners--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
Women historians--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
Architectural Drawings
Arts and humanities
Arts and Humanities
Colleges and Universities
Faculty papers and scholarly research
Home and Family
Oral Histories
Personal Papers/Corporate Records
Sound Recordings
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