This collection consists of three sketchbooks and some loose drawings on onion skin paper. Most of the drawings are either
portraits or sketches of interiors and exteriors.
Architect Samuel Charles Bugbee helped plan the Stanford family home in Palo Alto, and perhaps also contributed to the San
Francisco Conservatory of Flowers in the late 19th century.
0.25 Linear feet (1 box)
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