Bette-Ann Gwathmey has donated the archives of Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects to Yale University, where her late husband Charles Gwathmey (1938-2009) attended architecture school.
The archives include architectural drawings, photographs, sketches and correspondence from approximately 175 of the firm's projects. They will be housed in the library’s department of manuscripts and archives.
Among the projects documented are the design of Yale’s Jeffrey Loria Center for the History of Art and the restoration of Paul Rudolph Hall, formerly known as the Art and Architecture Building.
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