Abstract:The Boldt Room, located on the ground floor of the Reinsch Library building, houses over 1,500 interior design, applied, and fine arts materials that are international in scope and span from ancient times through the 1980s. Floor plans, blueprints, drawings, painting, and models of room decoration and design are included in the collection. Many of the framed pieces from this collection are displayed throughout the Reinsch Library building. The Boldt collection contains materials originally housed in the library of the International Institute of Interior Design. Founded in 1957, and presided over for three decades by Mabelle Wilhelmina Boldt, the Institute provided professional training to students in interior design. The Institute ceased operation in 1990.
"5-10-46". Blueprint is folded two times, but off center, and is torn along the edges. Plan, overhead, and front views of a Pembroke table with a wooden knob, cross banding veneer, metal casters, and leaf inlay on the legs. The dimensions of the various parts of the table are given.