Mabelle Wilhelmina Boldt Collection

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4th floor executive suite, 2225 R St., N.W., Washington, D.C.
"Design by S.O.W., 12-17-81" Scale 1/4 in to 1 ft. Three floor plans are stapled together with a top acting as a cover. The firs sheet shows the 'Existing…on the top portion and the "Proposed Architectural Changes" on the bottom portion. The rooms include an office/work room, kitchen/dining room, living room, bedrooms, bathrooms, closets, and porch. The proposed floor plan shows the existing walls, new wall and walls to be removed. The second sheet shows the "Lighting Plan" and the "Furniture Plan", along with legends and schedules for the work to be done. The third sheet shows the "Elevations of Sun Room".
Addition and alteration to residence of the president
The letters I.I.I.D. appear near the second line of the title \residence of the president.\ \McGlaughlan and Johnson, Architects and Planners, 1325 Mass. Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005\ \#532\ \Proposed elevations\u202630 July '73\ Scale 1/8 inch to 1 ft. The drawing shows the exterior views of a building in two sections. The first section is labeled Rear Elevation and shows the windows and doors on the building. One door is labeled New Exit and another door is labeled New Door. The second section is labeled Garden Elevation and shows the front of the building, again with doors and windows. Two areas are labeled Retaining Wall.
Alcove with a chair and a round table
The third of thirteen drawings stapled together with a gray top and bottom sheet to form a book. Each drawing is analyzed separately and the call numbers range from BC-0335A and BC-0335M. The drawing shows part of an alcove with a slanted ceiling and a recessed window. The furniture and decorations consist of: a round table with a long tablecloth on it in front of the window; a planter and a statue of a bird on the table; an armchair to the left to the table; and a wooden stool with a cushion to the right of the table.
Alterations & new enclosure International Institute of Interior Design, 2225 R St., N.W. Washington, D.C.
"Carroll C. Curtice, Architect, 1212 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C." "Drawn Oct. 19, 1967" "File no. 1567" "Lots: 810 & 812; Square 2516" Scale 1 in. to 20 ft. Three technical drawings are stapled together, the first one also serving as the cover. The left had portion of the first sheet, or cover, has a plan of the exterior of the building with a new entrance drawn in labeled "New 4th for. enclosure". The middle portion of the sheet has a section called Structural Notes which lists the Live Loads, Masonry, and Lumber. Below that is a section called Construction Notes which as a section Demolition, listing the parts of the current structure that are be removed. The right hand portion of the sheet gives the title, designer, and architect information. The second sheet shows the floor plan of the 4th floor and new enclosure, giving elevations, electrical information, and plumbing information. The third sheet shows drawings of the "Mechanical Specifications", including the duct work and heat pump information.
American Colonial dining room
The watercolor shows three walls of an American Colonial dining room. The left hand wall has a chest of drawers along it, as well as a door. The wall the viewer is facing has two windows with long curtains and a chair in front of them, separated by a bureau or table with candles on it. The curtains have a white background with a red, blue, and green print. The right hand wall has a slant-front desk and a grandfather clock on it. The center of the room has a dining room table and chairs on a green and white area rug.
American Colonial Kitchen
The watercolor shows part of an American Colonial kitchen with a fireplace used for cooking. The walls and ceiling are off-white, with wooden beams across the ceiling. The wooden trim, door, window frame, and window shutters are in a muted greenish blue. The kitchen table and the three chairs around it are in the center of the floor on an area rug. There is a Windsor settee along the right hand wall with two paintings above it. The left hand wall has a wooden cupboard, a large shuttered window, and a Windsor chair.
American Colonial Library
Scales vary. Mounted on a piece of heavy cardboard. Institute's label on the bottom of the sheet with \Aide to Colonial library, class use only. See instructor, copy 2\ typed in red on the label. Floor plan of an American Colonial library with elevations of the flour walls. The drawing shows the bookshelves, a fireplace, windows, door, moulding and paneling, but no other furniture. In addition to the elevation of the four walls, detailed drawings of the various areas of the room are given. These include: the fireplace and paneling, the bookshelves, the door and paneling, the windows and draperies, and some of the molding. Cornice, dado cap, panel molding, and base board are also shown.
American Colonial Library
Scales vary. Drawn on thin paper similar to tracing or onionskin paper. Floor plan of an American Colonial library with elevations of the four walls. The drawing shows the bookshelves, a fireplace, windows, a door, molding and paneling, but no other furniture. In addition to the elevation of the four walls, detailed drawings of the various areas of the room are given. These include: the fireplace and paneling, the bookshelves, the door and paneling, the windows and draperies, and some of the molding. Cornice, dado cap, panel molding, and base board are also shown.
American Colonial Library
Floor plan of an American Colonial library with elevations of the four walls. The furniture includes: a sofa, end tables, a highboy, dropleaf tables, side tables, a kneehole writing or dressing table, bookshelves, and chairs. The doors with molding and paneling, windows and draped valences, carpet, sconces, oval wall mirrors, on overmantel mirror, and a fireplace with andirons are also shown.
American Colonial Library
\March '71.\ Floor plan of an American Colonial library with elevations of the four walls. The furniture includes: a sofa, end tables, a highboy, bookshelves, tripod tables, and chairs. The doors with Architectural moldings and paneling, wallpaper, wall mirrors, windows and draperies, carpet, a fireplace with andirons, and a painting above the fireplace are also shown.
American Colonial Library
Scale 3/8 in 1 ft. Floor plan of an American Colonial library with elevations of the four walls. The furniture includes: a sofa, end tables, tripod tables, side tables, a highboy, bookcases, chairs, and kneehold writing or dressing table. The doors with molding and paneling, windows and draped valences, carpet, table clock, paintings, wall mirrors, chandeliers, an overmantel mirror, and a fireplace with andirons are also shown.
American Colonial Library
Scales vary. Floor plan of an American Colonial library with elevations of the four walls The furniture includes: a sofa, end tables, side tables, tripod tables, a kneehole writing or dressing table, bookshelves, and chairs. The doors with molding and paneling, windows and draped valences, carpet, grandfather's clock, wall mirrors, paintings, fireplace with a mirror above it, and enlarged drawing of the panel molding, baseboard, and dado cap are also shown.

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